Francis Scott Bradford papers, 1917-1958

Bradford, Francis Scott, b. 1898 d. 1961
Painter, Muralist
Active in Conn.

Collection size: 7.2 linear feet.

Collection Summary: Correspondence mostly relating to commissions, with the exception of a series of detailed letters (typescripts), 1917-1918, from Bradford to his family written from the European war front; diary, 1925-1929; photographs; scrapbooks; sketchbooks; drawings; notes; publications; and clippings.

Biographical/Historical Note: Mural painter, painter, & teacher (Cornwall Bridge, Conn.). Born in Wisconsin, Bradford studied at the Univ. of Wisconsin, at N.A.D., and in Europe. Later, he taught at N.A.D. and was made an Associate.

Donated 1962-1966 by Mrs. Ralph Ingersoll, Bradford's widow.

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