Kepper, Louise Trimble,
New Orleans, La.
Collection size: 34 items (on a partial microfilm reel)
Collection Summary: Seventeen black and white photographs (with negatives) taken by painter Louise Trimble Kepper and her mother. They show Will Henry Stevens, views of Tennessee in the vicinity of Stevens' summer art school in 1941, and scenes of Louisiana including his Newcomb Art School sketching class.
The photographs were selected and copied from the collection of donor Louise Trimble Kepper and were taken in Louisiana and Tennessee between 1941 and 1942, while Kepper was a student of Will Henry Stevens at Newcomb College, New Orleans.
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