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Correspondence, photographs, sketches, notes and printed material.
REELS 1182-1184: Correspondence, generally congratulatory, asking for examples of exhibitions, and inquiring about the history of Redfield's paintings. Frequent correspondents include C. Powell Minniegrode, Robert Lortac, W.C. Teagle, and Homer Saint-Gaudens. Also included are catalogs, photographs, sketches, priced plaque cards, certificates, dated lists of Redfield's paintings and their prices; address books with exhibition diagrams and lists of paintings and thier owners, and an extensive clipping file.
REEL 5284: ca. 75 letters to Redfield, 1917-1946, mainly regarding exhibitions; and printed material.
Edward Willis Redfield papers, 1836-1973. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reels 1182-1184 and 5284 (fr. 1030-1144) available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Landscape painter; Center Bridge, Penn.
Microfilmed material donated 1976 by Edward Redfield Richardson, Redfield's grandson. Unmicrofilmed material donated 1987 by Thomas Folk, an historian who wrote a dissertation on Redfield; it is unclear how Folk acquired the letters.
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