Eastern Washington State Historical Society - Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture
The collection consists of four incoming letters pertaining to arrangements for the unveiling ceremonies of the statue erected in honor of Navy Ensign John R. Monaghan, killed in the Spanish American War. Ensign Monaghan was the son of O'Shea's friend and business associate, James J. Monaghan
American Academy in Rome
F. E. Brown was a Fellow in Classics/Archaelogy, 1931-1933, at the American Academy in Rome
American Academy in Rome
F. E. Brown was a Fellow in Classics/Archaelogy, 1931-1933, at the American Academy in Rome
American Academy in Rome
F. E. Brown was a Fellow in Classics/Archaelogy, 1931-1933, at the American Academy in Rome
Chicago History Museum
Miscellany by and about Chicago sculptor Volk includes a few original items plus photocopies and microfilm of other materials. Includes membership certificate for the Douglas Monument Association, 1862, signed by Volk as secretary; letter, 1890 May 19, to Chicago Historical Society requesting loan of one of two original busts in plaster (of J.S. Foster and J. Young Scammon); and letters (2) to S.H. Kerfoot, 1892 Nov., about first works of sculpture in Chicago. Also in the collection are photocopies of scrapbooks (3 vol.) containing newsclippings, correspondence, and catalogs related to the Volk's career; and microfilm and photocopies of selected pages of transcripts of Leonard W. Volk's memoir
Chicago History Museum
Research materials compiled by James L. Riedy for his book Chicago Sculpture, published in 1981 by the University of Illinois Press. Included are newspaper clippings, research notes, correspondence, artist statements, and other printed materials. A majority of the research notes are on sculptures found in Chicago and are organized by location. The research notes also include English translations of German and Swedish publications and materials related to the archives of the Chicago Park District, and American and European art archives. Also present is a sound recording of Harry Bertoia's "Sounding Sculpture" on an LP record
Chicago History Museum
Scrapbook of items relating to the dedication ceremony for the statue of John A. Logan in Grant Park in Chicago (Ill.), 1897 July 22