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Thompson R. Harlow papers, 1939-1992.

Author: Thompson R HarlowEleazar WheelockLemuel GrosvenorAmos DoolittleBernard RomansAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Thompson R. "Tom" Harlow was associated with CHS for over 40 years. Most of that time was spent as Director and Director Emeritus. Among his papers is a variety of personal and professional correspondence, talks given, and research collected. Some of the material relates to clubs Harlow belonged to, including the Acorn Club and the Columbiad Club. Harlow researched a number of individuals, predominantly painters and  Read more...
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Named Person: Thompson R Harlow; William Lamson Warren; Gerrit Schipper; Joseph Steward; William Hamilton Page; John Trumbull; Abel Buell; William Phelps; Daniel Wadsworth; Bernard Romans; Amos Doolittle; Lemuel Grosvenor; Eleazar Wheelock
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Thompson R Harlow; Eleazar Wheelock; Lemuel Grosvenor; Amos Doolittle; Bernard Romans; Daniel Wadsworth; William Phelps; Abel Buell; John Trumbull; William Hamilton Page; Joseph Steward; Gerrit Schipper; William Lamson Warren; Connecticut Historical Society.; Columbiad Club.; Acorn Club of Connecticut.
OCLC Number: 449934982
Notes: This collection requires further processing.
Description: 6.5 linear feet (11 boxes and 1 carton)

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Thompson R. "Tom" Harlow was associated with CHS for over 40 years. Most of that time was spent as Director and Director Emeritus. Among his papers is a variety of personal and professional correspondence, talks given, and research collected. Some of the material relates to clubs Harlow belonged to, including the Acorn Club and the Columbiad Club. Harlow researched a number of individuals, predominantly painters and engravers, such as Joseph Steward, Gerrit Schipper, William Page, Abel Buell, William Phelps, Daniel Wadsworth, Bernard Romans, and Amos Doolittle. Additionally, Harlow researched John Trumbull's epic poem, M'Fingal and the furniture donated to CHS by Frederick K. Barbour. Research was done on portraits of Lemuel Grosvenor and Eleazar Wheelock, both painted by Joseph Steward. The correspondence was between Harlow and many individuals. One of his long-time correspondents was friend and one-time CHS employee, William Warren. Notes from many of the talks Harlow gave may be found within the collection. Some relate to his research topics, and others are about CHS in general. Slides and photographs (some reproduction) are included.

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