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Correspondence, sketchbooks and drawings, printed material and photographs.
Reels 1003-1004: Correspondence includes 26 letters regarding Jones' career as artist, civic leader, and president of the National Association of Women Artists, and 1 letter each from Sen. Richard Russell and Orval E. Faubus to R.L. Carswell; biographical material; 115 clippings; 3 sketchbooks and 9 drawings; 45 catalogs and announcements; 21 lists of exhibits of the NAWA; miscellaneous papers; and a scrapbook containing ca. 110 clippings, announcements and other material.
Reel 1008: 105 photographs, mostly of Jones' work.
Nell Choate Jones papers, 1924-1968. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reels 1003-1004 & 1008 available at Archives of American Art offices and interlibrary loan.
Painter; Brooklyn, New York.
Donated 1972 by Nell Choate Jones.
Lives of American Artists
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