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Letters to Howard Hildebrandt's parents written by Hildebrandt and his wife Cornelia Ellis Hildebrandt, from New York and Paris, 1890-1911; photographs, apparently of the Hildebrandts and friends, with photos of one Hildebrandt portrait and a portrait signed and inscribed by Amadeo Roca; clippings on Hildebrandt's marriage and his work; a scrapbook, 1896-1919 on Pittsburgh art activities and containing photos of Hildebrandt's work and an untitled oil portrait of a man.
Howard Logan Hildebrandt papers, 1890-1919. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm roll 79 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Hildebrandt was a portraitist working in Pittsburgh and New York, and his wife, Cornelia Ellis Hildebrandt, was a miniature painter.
Donated 1969 by Mr. Francis Christy, relationship to Hildebrandt is not clear.
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