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7 letters to Russel from the artist Myron Barlow, 6 written while studying painting in Etaples, France. Barlow writes of his work, travels and routine activities. Also included are a letter to Russel from her father George, 2 letters from her Uncle John, enclosing 9 snapshots of North American Indians and views of British Columbia taken while "on a prospecting trip," a note to Russel from James Claflin Robinson, 2 letters from Russel to her mother, and a note to "Fanny" from "Nellie."
Julie Russel papers, 1892-1912. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reel 2786 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Donated by George Russel, nephew of Julie Russel.
Lives of American Artists
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