Carlyle Burrows papers, 1918-1922

Burrows, Carlyle
Art critic
Active in N.Y.

Collection size: 0.8 linear ft. (on 2 microfilm reels)

Collection Summary: 271 reproductions and 957 photographs of works of art by various American artists, ca. 1890-1930; six prints by Emil Ganso, Rockwell Kent, Armand Warguy, and H. L. Burrows; a drawing by Mahonri Young; and 2 catalogs for exhibitions by Edward Bruce, undated, and Mahonri Young, 1918.

Biographical/Historical Note: Art critic; Great Neck, N.Y. and New York City. Critic for the New York Herald Tribune and a contributor to the Christian Science Monitor in addition to other publications.

Donated 1962 by Burrows.

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