Anna Wells Rutledge papers, 1940-1961

Rutledge, Anna Wells
Art historian
Active in Charleston, S.C.

Collection size: 1.0 linear ft. (on 2 microfilm reels)

Collection Summary: Correspondence and research material. Among the subjects researched are New Orleans artists; 19th century South Carolina newspaper articles on artists; the Delphian Club in Baltimore; the Tuesday Club in Annapolis, Maryland; collector William Henry Philip; the Thomas B. Clarke Collection; William John Coffee; Robert Gilmor; and Hiram Powers. Also included are exhibition catalogs of Maryland artists, a bibliography of the writings of Mary Bartlett Cowdrey, and miscellany.

Biographical/Historical Note: Art historian; Charleston, S.C.

Donated 1961 by Anna Wells Rutledge.

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