Woell, J. Fred,
Deer Isle, Me.
Collection size: 0.2 linear ft.
Collection Summary: An interview of Woell; exhibition catalogs, announcements and other printed material; published writings by Woell, and a photograph. The interview of Woell was conducted by Wendy Ramshaw for the Victoria and Albert Museum, July 12, 1995 (58 p.). Writings consist of "Edges, J. Fred Woell Poems 1962-1991" (Portland, Maine: Turtle Gallery Editions, 1991); "Gloucester, College Life Between Classes, Cartoons 1959-1960" (Portland, Maine: Turtle Gallery Editions, 1992); and "Handouts from the 20th Century: A Collection of Teaching Aids Created and/or Gathered by J. Fred Woell", July 2000. The photograph is of Woell as a cub scout, 1943.
Biographical/Historical Note: Jeweler and metalsmith; Deer Isle, Maine.
Donated 2003 by J. Fred Woell as a part of the Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America.
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