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Ca. 1,500 letters and sketches from Gibbon's husband, painter and cartoonist Arthur Getz. Most of the letters were written during World War II when Getz was in the army stationed in the Philippines and the United States; scrapbooks; clippings; catalogs; sketchbooks; and photographs.
Margarita Gibbons papers, 1938-1975. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Painter; New York, N.Y.; b. 1906; d. 1976 Her first husband was Camilo Egas, whom she brought to the United States. Her second husband was cartoonist and painter Arthur Getz.
Arthur Getz letters donated by William Gibbons, neice of Margarita Gibbons, June 1977. Photographs, sketchbooks, scrapbooks, and other material donated by Ma
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