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Correspondence, writings, photographs, financial material, loan agreements, and printed material regarding Everett L. Millard's research on artists John Henri Isaac Browere and his son Albertus Del Orient Browere. The collection mostly contains material created by Millard but also includes a letter from A.D.O. Browere as well as his sales receipts. Also included is a drawing by Angelo Buonarrotti Browere, the younger brother of A.D.O. Browere, aged 9 years for his dear grandmother Anna C. Harrington, and presented to his beloved aunt Maria Davis, New York 10 September 1833.
Everett L. Millard research material relating to John Henri Isaac Browere and Albertus Del Orient Browere, 1833-1998. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Donated 2013 by Olivia P. Millard, Everett L. Millard's daughter.
Everett L. Millard was the great-great grandson of Albertus Del Orient Browere, a Hudson River School painter. Millard researched and wrote about John Henri Isaac and Albertus Del Orient Browere.
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