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Artists -- Correspondence

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Records:

Correspondence of the Poetry Bookshop

Call Number: MS 177

Collection of 68 letters, postcards, telegrams, by literary and artistic figures, all addressed to Poetry Bookshop, 38 Great Russell Street, London, regarding its grand reopening at its new location.

Dates: September-October 1926

Frederic Shields correspondence

Call Number: MS 44

Unbound letters: artistic (and literary and social). The collection includes 140 letters written to Frederic Shields, arranged by writer (usually an artist or literary man). Also in the collection are 3 letters by Shields; 2 letters by Caine to Ernestine Mills (MS 44Eb); 1 letter by Hughes to McLachlan (MS 44Ke); 1 sketch by Shields (MS 44L:38); and 1 printed ticket (MS 44L:3b).

Dates: 1865 - 1912

Mary Huntoon papers

Call Number: RH MS 209
Overview Kansas artist and art therapist Mary Huntoon (professional name) was born Mary Huntoon Atkinson, in Topeka, Kansas. This collection of papers consist primarily of her personal correspondence, correspondence as director of the Federal Art Project in Kansas, original poetry manuscripts, speech and lecture notes, photographs or reproductions of her artwork, original artwork, inventories, exhibit catalogs and programs, information on employment and research as an Art Therapist at the Winter...
Dates: 1896 - 1970

Papers of Streeter Blair

Call Number: RH MS 61

Streeter Blair was born in Cadmus, Kansas and spent most of his life as a teacher, editor, clothier, and antique dealer. The papers relate to his career as an artist during the last fourteen years of his life.

Dates: 1900 - 1966