Painter, Designer, Engraver, Etcher, Teacher
Fort Worth, Tex.
Collection size: ca. 500 items (on 6 microfilm reels)
Collection Summary: Letters, photographs, sketches and drawings, business records and printed matter.
Reel 1598: Business and personal correspondence; exhibition invitations and announcements; clippings; a brief biographical sketch; financial receipts and statements of sales; and photographs of Dickson Reeder's paintings and exhibition installations.
Reel 1599-1600: 26 Dickson Reeder sketchbooks.
Reels 1600-1602: 18 sketchbooks of Flora Blanc Reeder, Dickson Reeder's wife.
Reel 1682: 110 sketches of costumes and scenery by Dickson Reeder, 48 photographs of productions, and 5 magazine articles about the Reeder School.
Biographical/Historical Note: Painter, etcher, engraver, designer, teacher; Fort Worth, Texas. Reeder and his wife, Flora Blanc Reeder, founded the Reeder School, a performing arts school for children in Fort Worth.
Lent for microfilming 1979 by Flora Blanc Reeder.
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