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Papers concerning the California painter John Dougherty.
REEL 1121: Papers and photographs, 1925-1975, including; 1 photograph of Dougherty, 1925 (copyprint microfilmed on reel 1817 fr. 407-408, ); 1 photograph of painting by Dougherty; clipping about Dougherty; notes and diagrams by Dougherty for Dickie; and typescript by Dickie, April 15, 1975, "Paul Dougherty, painter and teacher."
REEL 2803: 10 letters from Dougherty to Dickie, 1930-1938, and a photograph of Dougherty in his studio, c. 1940.
UNMICROFILMED: Oversized oil sketch by Dougherty, probably 1931- 1932, for demonstration to a student, Point Lobos, Monterey County, Calif.
Jean Kellogg Dickie papers, 1925-1975. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reels 1121 and 2803 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Dickie is a Monterey, California writer who has researched the painter Paul Dougherty.
Material on reel 1121 and unfilmed sketch donated 1975, remainder in 1979, by Dickie.
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