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Personal and professional correspondence between Love, the Love family, and colleagues including artists, Lawrence Murphy, Dudley Carpenter, E. Corwin, James Harvey, and others; photographs of Love, his studio, family and works; sketches and preliminary drawings; etchings; monoplate prints; illustrations and a portfolio containing examples of Love's work as a commercial artist; scrapbook; financial accounts; exhibition material; articles and notes by Love; transcript of a taped interview with Love, 1966; printed material; clippings; and miscellaneous items.
Charles Waldo Love papers, 1887-1975. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reels 967-969 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Location of Originals:
Letters by Charles Love, to him from his wife Orilla, sketches, drawings, monoplate prints, original illustrations and a portfolio: Originals returned to Mary Cornish after microfilming.
Painter, commercial artist; New York, N.Y. Charles Waldo Love; Waldo; Wal; b. Wash., D.C.; lived in Calif., London, Denver, Col., NYC, Paris, and Chicago and Indiana; d. Dec. 16, 1967, Denver, Co.
Material on reels 967-969 donated 1975 by Mary Cornish, daughter of Love, except letters written by Love, letters written to Love by his wife Orilla, and artwork, which Cornish lent for microfilming, 1975.
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