Photo depicts a woman, seated, and a man, standing, on either side of the opening of a tent made of branches and pieces of cloth. Most likely taken by Rockwell Kent during his travels to Tierra del Fuego.
Photographic postcard depicting a little girl feeding a horse. Image is captioned (handwritten): Hildegard Geckler & John Brown; Winona, Minn., 1913. Back of card has a brief greeting in German: Viele Grüsse von der Familie Geckler u. John Brown.
Scarf designed by Rockwell Kent for the Associated American Artists. Motif in two shades of brown of whales and ships, similar to illustrations done by Kent for an edition of Herman Melville's Moby Dick. Date is based on a letter from Kent describing these scarves dated 1947 Dec. 3 (cataloged as item 15323).
Hal W. Trovillion letter to Rockwell Kent with enclosed bookplate
Trovillion, Hal W., 1879-1967
Kent, Rockwell, 1879-1967
Letter : 1 p. : typescript ; 18 x 12 cm. (letter); 11 x 7 cm. (bookplate)
1954 January 19
Trovillion thanks Kent for his "encouraging letter" and mentions that he has enclosed two of his bookplates and the Trovillion Press reprint of Alex Smith's book Books and gardens. Bookplate enclosed is of Violet & Hal W. Trovillion.