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Correspondence, undated and 1947-1985, regarding sculpture commissions, sales, and expenses. Among the correspondents are Edmond Amateis, Edward Grove, Anna Hyatt Huntington, William Thorn Kissel, Jr., and John Paul Manship. Also included is a typescript of an article by Hoffman, "Traditional Sculpture: Timeless Imprints," 1980; his notes; list of his works which was prepared for the INVENTORY OF ART IN PUBLIC PLACES IN THE UNITED STATES; exhibition catalogs, 1963-1984; printed materials; and 6 photographs sent as enclosures.
Edward Fenno Hoffman papers, 1947-1985. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Edward Fenno Hoffman papers also at Syracuse University.
Sculptor; Bryn Mawr, Pa. d. 1991.
Donated 1979-1986 by Edward Fenno Hoffman.
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