John Joseph and James F. Earley photographs and reproductions
Earley, James F. (James Farrington), b. 1856
Photographs and reproductions of designs by James and John Earley for buildings in Washington, D.C.
John Joseph Earley : the man who made concrete beautiful / by Frederick William Cron
Thomas Ball letter to Stilson Hutchins
Ball writes to Hutchings [sic] of Washington, D.C. regarding Ball's proposed design for a statue of [Daniel] Webster to be erected in Washington. Ball argues for a figure dressed in classical garb, considering it more appropriate for the city than the contemporary costume of three other Webster statues Ball had …
Henry Merwin Shrady papers
28 letters to Shrady, mostly about his Ulyssses S. Grant monument in Washington, D.C., from Karl Bitter, Edward Penfield, Augustus Saint-Gaudens (photocopies), members of the Grant family, and others; 16 sketches; printed material, including 6 clippings and 12 magazine articles; and 17 photographs of Shrady and his work.
Pietro Lazzari papers
The papers of muralist and sculptor, Pietro Lazzari, measure 12.84 linear feet and date from 1878 to 1998. The papers document Lazzari's life and career through biographical material, correspondence, business records, notes, writings, artwork, photographs, and printed material.
George Biddle murals [graphic]
Photograph negatives of Biddle's murals for the Hall of Justice, Washington, D.C. showing the panels and details of the groups and figures.
Theodore Barbarossa papers
Kennedy, Kennedy, Keefe and Carney (Firm)
8.6 Linear feet (Addition)
Biographical data; awards and citations; personal and business correspondence with: Inslee Hopper, consultant to the Chief of the Section of Fine Arts; Richard T. Feller, Clerk of Works for the Washington Cathedral; and Kennedy, Kennedy, Keefe and Carney (formerly Maginnis and Walsh and Kennedy), architects for the National Shrine of …
[Ralph Rosenthal demonstrating sculpture to an adult class] [videorecording] /
Brian Withers papers
Ten photographs taken by Withers of the construction of the mobile which Alexander Calder built for the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Photographs are annotated. Also included is a three page report by Withers, "Technical Data on Calder's Last Mobile for the National Gallery."
Albert T. Stewart photographs
8 photographs of Stewart's model for the pediment of the Department of Labor building in Washington, D.C. including one photograph of Stewart with his model.