J. Scott Williams collection
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Williams maintained a studio in Greenwich Village. He also served as head of the fine arts department at Wyoming State University from 1948-1952. He organized the American Artists' Professional League and served as president from 1955-1957. His major works include the stained glass windows and murals of the Indiana State Library and Historical Building in Indianapolis, Indiana; stained glass windows for the library of the University of Illinois in 1925; stained glass windows for the King Memorial Main Reading Room and the Gilman Memorial at John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Williams died in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania in November 1975.
Hudson River Valley Heritage Historical Newspaper Project: http://news.hrvh.org/.
National Academy Museum: Artists and Architects database: http://www.nationalacademy.org/ collections/artists/detail/614/.
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