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Mead papers, 1840-2001, (bulk 1846-1950).

Author: William Rutherford MeadOlga Kilyeni MeadElinor Mead HowellsWilliam Dean HowellsMead Art Building.All authors
Edition/Format:   Downloadable archival material : English
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Personal, professional, and family correspondence, financial records, articles and printed matter, photographs, music scores and general memorabilia documenting the personal and professional lives of William Rutherford Mead as an architect with McKim, Mead and White, and of his wife Olga Kilyeni Mead. The collection includes papers related to Mead's architectural designs for "Redtop," the house in Belmont,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Scores
Biography Sources
Named Person: William Rutherford Mead; Olga Kilyeni Mead; Elinor Mead Howells; William Dean Howells
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Rutherford Mead; Olga Kilyeni Mead; Elinor Mead Howells; William Dean Howells; Mead Art Building.; Amherst College. Class of 1867. Mead.
OCLC Number: 51625439
Description: 2 archives boxes, 2 flat archives boxes, 1 records storage box, 1 wrapped volume (3.1 linear ft.)
Other Titles: William Rutherford (AC 1867) and Olga Kilyeni Mead papers

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Personal, professional, and family correspondence, financial records, articles and printed matter, photographs, music scores and general memorabilia documenting the personal and professional lives of William Rutherford Mead as an architect with McKim, Mead and White, and of his wife Olga Kilyeni Mead. The collection includes papers related to Mead's architectural designs for "Redtop," the house in Belmont, Massachusetts, which Mead designed for his sister Elinor Mead Howells and her husband William Dean Howells, 1876-1878; papers relating to the Meads' relationship with Amherst College, including information about their bequest for the construction of the Mead Art Museum. Photographs include portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Mead, family photographs, photographs of William and Elinor Mead Howells, and various travel images and unidentified family photographs. Also included in the collection are several dozen music scores, chiefly 19th century, by Hungarian, German and French composers.

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