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Papers, 1875-1982.

Author: Enid Yandell
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Family correspondence (1878-1930) tracing Yandell's life and work as an art student at Art Academy of Cincinnati, pupil of Philip Martiny and Lorado Taft in Chicago, Karl Bitter in New York, and Frederick MacMonnies and Auguste Rodin in Paris, and sculptor in New York, N.Y., and Edgartown, Mass., including letters from her widowed mother, Louise Elliston Yandell (1843-1908), concerning life in Louisville, Ky.;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Sketches
Leases
Genealogies
Scrapbooks
Exhibition catalogs
Watercolors
Correspondence
Art
Named Person: Philip Martiny; Lorado Taft; Karl Theodore Francis Bitter; Frederick William MacMonnies; Auguste Rodin; Gutzon Borglum; Thomas Alexander Harrison
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Enid Yandell
OCLC Number: 28416692
Notes: The material described in this catalog record is located in the collections of the Filson Club (Louisville, Ky.).
Description: 5 ft.

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Family correspondence (1878-1930) tracing Yandell's life and work as an art student at Art Academy of Cincinnati, pupil of Philip Martiny and Lorado Taft in Chicago, Karl Bitter in New York, and Frederick MacMonnies and Auguste Rodin in Paris, and sculptor in New York, N.Y., and Edgartown, Mass., including letters from her widowed mother, Louise Elliston Yandell (1843-1908), concerning life in Louisville, Ky.; professional correspondence (1887-1929) concerning her career, various commissions, and social services activities, especially her work with French orphans during World War I; legal documents concerning the Yandell family estate; leases on property owned by Yandell; lectures and speeches; biographical material; genealogical material on the Yandell family; sketches and watercolors by Yandell; scrapbooks; exhibition catalogs; price lists; printed material; clippings; and other papers. Correspondents include Karl Bitter, Gutzon Borglum, David Hudson Burnham, Thomas Alexander Harriston, Julia Marlowe, Philip Martiny, and Auguste Rodin.

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