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Correspondence, photographs, exhibition materials, interviews, sketches, and a scrapbook. REELS D252-D253: Correspondence, primarily with his benefactors Miss Lydia Osgood and Mr. William A. Read; portfolio of Salemme's drawings; photographs of Salemme and his sculpture; photographs of the Italian front during World War I; and clippings. UNMICROFILMED: 2 phonograph records of an interview of Salemme with Peter O'Brien and an accompanying illustrated article about the interview.
Antonio Salemme papers, 1907-1965. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reels D252-D253 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
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REELS D252-D253: Originals returned to the lender, Antonio Salemme, after microfilming.
Painter and sculptor; Eason, Pa. Died 1995. Born in Gaeta, Italy. Worked in New York City until 1962 when he moved to Pennsylvania. His brother, Attilio Salemme, was also an artist.
Material on reels D252-D253 lent for microfilming 1966; unmicrofilmed material donated 1978 all by Antonio Salemme.
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