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Brucia Witthoft research material on James Smillie and the Smillie family, 1830- 1999

Witthoft, Brucia, b. 1934
Art historian, Author
Active in Lexington, Mass.

Collection size: 4.1 linear feet

Collection Summary: Included are geneological charts, a typescript of "A Pilgrimage by James Smilie 1807- 1855"; files containing research citations and photographs of works of art; logbooks of works of art by James Smillie; photocopies of newspaper clippings; and files on artists active in the Adirondack region, including a typescript of Brucia Witthoft's unpublished biographical index.

Biographical/Historical Note: Witthoft: art historian; Lexington, Mass. and the author of The fine-arts etchings of James David Smillie, 1833-1909 : A Catalogue Raissone (1992). The Smillie family included notable painters and engravers, including James Smillie (1807-1885), his sons James D. Smillie (1833-1909) and George F. Smillie (1854-1924), and wife, Helen (Nellie) Jacobs Smilllie (1854-1926) .

Donated 2000 by Brucia Witthoft.

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