Portrait painters -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Captain Alexander Lawrie Jr. collection
File — Folder S0813
Scope and Contents This collection contains Captain Alexander Lawrie's handwritten list of his 130 portraits of United States generals from the Civil War that were hanging in the library of the Indiana State Soldier's Home at Lafayette, Indiana (now West Lafayette). Lawrie notes that the generals were from both the regular and volunteer service and that 72 were from Indiana. Captain Lawrie also supplied a list of 25 portraits that he had not yet completed when he gave the document to the Indiana State Library on...
Dates: 1916, 2007
Daniel W. Voorhees letters
Collection — Folder S1343
Scope and Contents The two letters in this collection were written in ink and signed by D. W. Voorhees. The oldest letter, dated June 20, 1860, was written to Colonel Richard W. Thompson in Washington, D.C. about Daniel's trip to the nation's capital. He wrote: "I start tomorrow to Charlottesville, Va. I will spend some time on the way and will reach there on Saturday the 30th, and one of the chief pleasures I anticipate is in meeting you and George Hughes according to promise. I do wish you will come. I am...
Dates: 1860, 1873
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / Daniel W. Voorhees letters
George Winter papers
Collection — Folder S1445
Scope and Contents This collection contains copies of an autobiography and papers concerning the life and artwork of George Winter. There is also an announcement of George Winter’s annual distribution of paintings sent to Hon. Horace P. Biddle of Lafayette, Indiana.
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / George Winter papers