Frederick Garrison Hall papers, 1862-1972

Hall, Frederick Garrison, b. 1879 d. 1946
Painter, Etcher
Active in France; Boston, Mass.; Gloucester, Mass.

Collection size: 286 items (microfilmed on 2 reels)

Collection Summary: Correspondence; photographs; telegrams; sketchbooks; books; art reproductions; exhibition material; and clippings.

REEL 1027: Photographs of Hall's paintings, of Hall, one of an unidentified dinner; and an album containing photographs of Hall's residence in Gloucester, Massachusetts, taken in 1908.

REEL 1032: Correspondence from friends admiring Hall's work, notifying him of awards won, of his election to art-related societies, and from admirers of his paintings and bookplates; 2 telegrams from Harpo Marx; exhibition material; awards and membership certificates; sketches and 2 sketchbooks one containing diary entries; 2 books illustrated by Hall; reproductions of his work; an etching; clippings and printed materials.

Biographical/Historical Note: Painter, etcher; Boston and Gloucester, Mass.

Lent for microfilming 1975 by Elton W. Hall, grand-nephew of Hall and Boston Public Library via Elton Hall.

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