101 Farm Humor / Arthur Sayler, John Arnold, Joseph Tomesh.
102 Storytelling: Michael Cotter / Michael Cotter.
103 Live Radio with Rich Hawkins, KRVN / Fred Cooper, Lydia S. Sage-Chase, Rich Hawkins.
104 Cattle Judging and Showing / Cristin Meyers, Samuel De Groff, Wyatt Griffin.
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Recorded in: Washington (D.C.), United States, June 29, 1991.
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Letters to Newnam written in response to queries regarding portraits Newnam is painting or selling. Included are letters, 1937, from Victor Morris Tyler, Morris Tyler, and Constance Rourke regarding a Henry Inman portrait of John J. Audubon which Newnam wishes to copy; from Mildred Steinbach,1952, Asst. Librarian at the Frick Art Reference Library regarding portraits by Thomas Eakins of Frank Linton and Samuel Meyers; from Hannah J. Howell, 1952-3, Librarian at the Frick Art Reference Library regarding photographs of Gilbert Stuart's portraits of Edward Penington and Mrs. Penington; from Raymond Rubicam, 1955, regarding his purchase of a portrait by William K. Hewitt of his great uncle Jonathan Rubicam; also included is a photograph of the portrait; from Howell, 1957, thanking Newnam for a photo of a painting by Gustavus Hesselius; letters and a photograph regarding a portrait of Baroness Brudenell, 1966 and 1970; and a letter from Marguerite Coolbaugh, 1978, regarding a photograph of Abraham Lincoln.
Biographical / Historical:
Art dealer and portrait painter; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Donated 1994 by Edward A. Newnam.
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