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1816
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Archives of American Art

London, 27 February 1816, to Richard James Laurence. West requests the loan of two pictures for an apparent exhibition of "all the pictures painted by me within the last fifty years." The first, -- Faith and Hope -- (from Spenser's "Poems of the Fairy Queen"), depicts Laurence's mother and sister, and the second, -- Una and the Lion -- , is a po...

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1906
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Archives of American Art
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Dates:
1832
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Archives of American Art

Charles Robert Leslie (1794-1859), [London, 21 April 1832], to Abraham Cooper (1787-1868), English painter. Re: "I shall feel obliged if you will let me know when Mr. Marshall's creditors meet and whether or not you intend to be present."

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1881-1915
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Archives of American Art

Stephen Arnold Douglas Volk (1881-1915), New York, 18 January 1881, to Marion Larrabee, Chicago. Volk, New York 8 May 1911, to Marion Volk, Center Lovell, Maine. Volk, New York, 26 October 1911, to Marion Volk, Center Lovell, Maine. Volk, New York, 20 May 1915, to Marion Volk, Center Lovell, Maine.

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Dates:
1870
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AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

[Clark Mills] Bank Check for $600 from the National Lincoln Monument Association, Washington, DC, 30 March 1870, paid to "self" and signed by sculptor Clark Mills (1810-1883).

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1837
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Archives of American Art

Autograph letter to Honorable M. Dikerson, Secretary of the Navy, signed "Rubens Peale." New York, 6 June 1837.

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circa 1830s
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Archives of American Art

Washington Allston (1779-1843), "Monday, 15th" to unknown. Allston responds that it would be a pleasure to receive a group of people at this studio to see his latest work.

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1898
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Archives of American Art

Frank Duveneck (1848-1919), Boston, 7 May 1898, to Julia Graydon Sharpe (1858-1939). Re: Duveneck discusses summer teaching schedules with fellow artist Sharpe.

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1884, 1887
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Archives of American Art

George Inness (1825-1894), Milton, New Jersey, 25 May 1884, to Laura Maude Wachschlager. Re: Waschlager was a young autograph collector. George Inness, corrected proof, approved and signed for his entry in -- Men of the Time: A Dictionary of Contemporaries, containing Biographical Notices of Eminent Characters of Both Sexes -- , 1887, published b...

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Dates:
1852
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Archives of American Art

Rembrandt Peale (1778-1860), Philadelphia, 3 December 1852, to Mr. Drake. Re: responds that he would be delighted to provide three of his portraits of Washington to Mr. Drake's directors, as he already has two commenced. He recently sold one to "an English Gentleman, Mr. Tarret of Wolverhampton."

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