Elizabeth Hamm Glass papers, 1945-1970

Glass, Elizabeth Hamm
Active in Washington, D.C.

Collection size: 18 items (on partial microfilm reel).

Collection Summary: One letter, September 19, 1968, Aly Moore, wife of artist Bruce Moore, written from Pietra Sarta, Italy, where some of Moore's bronzes were cast, and one Christmas card from Bruce Moore with a reproduction of a crayon sketch; thirteen slides of Moore in his studio; and two bookmarks designed for Glass by Robert W. Galvin, and a bookplate, designed for her friend Lillie O. Street, all ca. 1945.

The donor, Elizabeth Hamm Glass, was a close friend of Bruce Moore, and a longtime friend of draughtsman Robert W. Galvin, all residents of Washington, D.C.

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