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Denver, Colo., to Philip D. Sherman. Letters, 1931,

Author: John Sanderson Dalziel; Philip D Sherman
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Harry Lyman Koopman Collection.
Database:WorldCat
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[1] 1931, March 26, to Pawtucket, R.I. [4 p. with two notes, one signed].--Discusses his 7 year apprenticeship with the Brothers Dalziel, i.e., John, Edward and George. [2] 1931, April 8, to Pawtucket, R.I. [2 l. with envelope].--He will sell to Mr. Sherman for his college, a folio of Birket Foster's with engravings by William Harvey. He discusses his family history. [3] 1931, April 28 [3 p. with card, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Named Person: John Dalziel; Edward Dalziel; George Dalziel; Myles Birket Foster; William Harvey; Timothy Cole
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Sanderson Dalziel; Philip D Sherman
OCLC Number: 122544258
Notes: ALS.
Description: 6 items.

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[1] 1931, March 26, to Pawtucket, R.I. [4 p. with two notes, one signed].--Discusses his 7 year apprenticeship with the Brothers Dalziel, i.e., John, Edward and George. [2] 1931, April 8, to Pawtucket, R.I. [2 l. with envelope].--He will sell to Mr. Sherman for his college, a folio of Birket Foster's with engravings by William Harvey. He discusses his family history. [3] 1931, April 28 [3 p. with card, and signed leaf with coat of arms, thumb prints and engraving].--Mentions his descendants, sends him some proofs of his engravings, and offers him "a set of my work" if he buys English Landscapes by Birket Foster. [4] 1931, June 18, to Oberlin, Ohio [4 p.].--Mentions some books, comments on the depression, and promises to send him a photograph. [5] 1931, July 2 [1 l. with photograph of John Sanderson Dalziel].--The passing of Thomas [i.e., Timothy] Cole "Leaves me the Last of the Line of the Artistic Craft of Wood Engravers." Mentions some apple trees he has planted. [6] 1931, July 15, to Oberlin, Ohio [1 l.].--Sends an account of an interview of himself and comments on it.

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