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Letters of Frederic Remington, 1888-ca. 1908.

Author: Frederic RemingtonRicardo BartelliWalter CampRichard Harding DavisJ Henry HarperAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The papers contain eighteen letters from Remington chiefly re his published work as a writer and illustrator, particularly "Sketches in the bridal path Central Park" for "Harper's Weekly" and "The way of an Indian"; his work proposals such as illustrating "Seats and saddles" by Joseph Haddox Dorst for "Harper's," using his drawings for the New York "Morning Journal" in a proposed book on the Spanish-American War,
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Genre/Form: Exhibitions
Named Person: Walter Camp; Joseph Haddox Dorst; E W Kemble; Frederic Remington; Frederic Remington; Frederic Remington; Julian Alden Weir
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Frederic Remington; Ricardo Bartelli; Walter Camp; Richard Harding Davis; J Henry Harper; E W Kemble; Norman L Monroe; Robert Howard Russell; Julian Alden Weir; Gilson Willets; Francis A Winship
OCLC Number: 647814421
Notes: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Description: 18 items.
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The papers contain eighteen letters from Remington chiefly re his published work as a writer and illustrator, particularly "Sketches in the bridal path Central Park" for "Harper's Weekly" and "The way of an Indian"; his work proposals such as illustrating "Seats and saddles" by Joseph Haddox Dorst for "Harper's," using his drawings for the New York "Morning Journal" in a proposed book on the Spanish-American War, and illustrating a book on football proposed by Walter Chauncey Camp; the casting of bronze, particularly a statuette he produced and the cire-perdue method of casting; his fees for writing and illustrating; a proposed London exhibition of his bronzes and paintings; his personal life, particularly his girth, an attack of gout, social engagements, travel plans, and his Mexico trip; an article on San Juan Hill by Richard Harding Davis which appeared in "Scribner's Magazine"; an introduction of "Ned" Kemble, son of Edward Windsor Kemble, to Julian Alden Weir, a professor at the Yale Art School; and his views on football.

Correspondents include Ricardo Bartelli, Camp, Davis, Joseph Henry Harper, Kemble, Norman L. Monroe, Robert Howard Russell, Weir, Gilson Willets, and Francis A. Winship.

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