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Colored pencil Watercolor painting and photomechanical on paper mount
"...But the women rose..." Vol.1 [sound recording] / compiled and edited by Susan Kempler and Doreen Rappaport
"...But the women rose..." Vol.2 [sound recording] : voices of women in American history / compiled and edited by Susan Kempler and Doreen Rappaport
Opening of "100 Books from Finland" exhibit at the National Collection of Fine Arts (NCFA), now the National Museum of American Art, in the Foyer Gallery of the Natural History Building, November 19,1964. The exhibit was sponsored by the Ambassador of Finland. L to R: Harry Lowe, Curator of Exhibits, NCFA; Mrs. Bako; E.L. Quincy Mumford, Librarian of Congress; and Dr. Elemer Bako, Library of Congress.
Identification on verso (typed): Group Exhibition: 15 of New York, Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles Oct. 1960.
Exhibit in Hall of Everyday Life in the American Past at National Museum of History and Technology, now known as the National Museum of American History.
Digital contact sheet available.
"19th Century Japanese Prints and Drawings" exhibition opening and reception at the Museum of History and Technology, now known as the National Museum of American History, sponsored by Smithsonian Associates.
"1st Sgt. Simmon" sketch in artist's sketchbook used in the documentary The True Story of Glory Continues. This charcoal sketch depicts a soldier at arms. This is part of a set of sketches from "A Swamp Angel's Sketchbook,” which contains concepts for the film Glory.
Glory was the first film to illustrate the involvement of African American soldiers in the Civil War. The film follows the story of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, the first African American Union regiment organized in the North during the Civil War, and culminates in the Battle at Fort Wagner.
Kane traveled between 1845 and 1848 sketching. The oil paintings were probably painted ca. 1850 after his return. -- Kenneth R. Lister 10/4/81.
Artist and date supplied from catalog card for 471 B 1, line drawing after Chippewa (?) painting.
Original glass negative found (7/1971) in Bureau of American Ethnology collection.
Black and white copy glass negative