Jetté, Ellerton Marcel,
Collection size: 0.2 linear ft. (12 items on partial microfilm reel).
Collection Summary: Typescripts, including excerpts of letters received from Horton's son, Colonel W. Gray Horton, writings on Horton by his son, reviews, articles and exhibition catalogs concerning Horton, and a London journal kept by the Jettés while doing research on Horton.
Also included are exhibition catalogs, an undated photograph of Horton, a Columbia University seminar report on Horton by Nicholas Fox Weber, and a letter to the Jettes from Weber concerning the report.
Biographical/Historical Note: The Jettés were amateur art historians; Sebec, Maine. William S. Horton was an American painter who lived and worked in Paris.
Donated 1971 by Ellerton and Edith Jette.
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