New York, N.Y.; Ala.
Collection size: 0.2 linear ft. (partially microfilmed on 1 reel)
Collection Summary: Artwork, printed material, photographs of Goldthwaite and her artwork, and a typescript of reminiscences, ca.1884-1917.
REEL D359: Printed material (1910-1950), includes clippings, magazine articles and exhibition catalogs. Photographs (ca. 1915-1940) consist of 56 of artwork, 7 of southern scenes, and 14 of Goldthwaite and her uncle, John Campbell. Among the photos of are 1 of Goldthwaite dressed in a clown costume taken by E. Metzger, ca. 1905, 1 of her playing solitaire, ca. 1920, and 1 of her standing with fan taken by Baxter Snark, a pseudonym of Prentiss Taylor, 1932.
UNMICROFILMED: An undated watercolor by Goldthwaite, "Christmas View of the 10th Street Studio Building," and a typescript of reminiscences, ca. 1939, arranged in sections: Texas Days (1887), Jefferson Davis (1888), Texas (1880), Dallas and Childhood , Dallas (1884), Paris (1906), 1916 or about Then, and New York (1914-1917)
Biographical/Historical Note: Painter, etcher, lithographer, teacher. Born Montgomery, Alabama. Lived in New York City and Montgomery, Alabama. Served as a WPA artist.
Material on reel D359 donated by Lucy Goldthwaite, 1967. Watercolor donated 1982 by Ruth M. Anderson.
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