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Material relating to Simons' activities as student and sculptor in Paris, and later as instructor in California, including: receipt for tuition payment at Academie Julian, Paris; membership card to the American Art Association of Paris; letters from John Flanagan, Paul Wayland Bartlett, his cousin A. Felix Du Pont, Santa Barbara School of the Arts, and others; and photographs of Simons and his sculpture.
Amory C. Simons papers, [ca. 1890]-1934. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Animal sculptor, equestrian sculptor.
Some letters are in French.
Donated 1978 and 1979 by Douglas Hyland. Hyland's wife is a distant relative of Simons.
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