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Research and exhibition files, containing corespondence, photographs, notes, printed material, and 2 charts by Loder, recording exhibitions and events Brinley participated in and listing artists with whom he exhibited more than 5 times; writings by Loder on Brinley, including a 90 p. illustrated monograph, "D. Putnam Brinley : Impressionist and mural painter"; "Edited Papers of Daniel Putnam Brinley," 1879-1918; "On the Home Front with Kathrine Brinley, 1918-1919," and "Brinley's Foyer Work, France, 1918-1919."
Elizabeth Loder research material on Daniel Putnam Brinley, 1919-1990. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
The monograph is a photocopy.
Elizabeth Loder, Yarmouth, Maine, is the niece of Daniel Putnam Brinley through his wife Kathrine Gordon Brinley, known for her literary work. Loder had originally intended to write a biography combining both their lives, but found it necessary to first chronicle the work of her uncle.
Donated 1978, 1991 and 1992 by Elizabeth Loder. [Loder also donated Brinley's papers - cataloged separately under Brinley.]
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