Julie Russel papers, 1892-1912

Russel, Julie

Collection size: 14 items (on partial microfilm reel)

Collection Summary: 7 letters to Russel from the artist Myron Barlow, 6 written while studying painting in Etaples, France. Barlow writes of his work, travels and routine activities. Also included are a letter to Russel from her father George, 2 letters from her Uncle John, enclosing 9 snapshots of North American Indians and views of British Columbia taken while "on a prospecting trip," a note to Russel from James Claflin Robinson, 2 letters from Russel to her mother, and a note to "Fanny" from "Nellie."

Donated by George Russel, nephew of Julie Russel.

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