Active in Washington, D.C.
Collection size: 7 items (ca. 700 pages).
Collection Summary: Papers relating to Bouton's research on Augustus Saint-Gaudens, including the typescript of Bouton's dissertation, "Early Works of Augustus Saint-Gaudens," Radcliffe College, 1946; a card file bibliography; notes on Saint-Gaudens' late works; letters from John Flanagan, Virginia Gerson, and others about work by Saint-Gaudens; and a typescript of a lecture delivered by Andrew Keck, "Henry Adams and his Bronze Figure," 1978.
Biographical/Historical Note: Art historian (Washington, D.C.)
Donated 1984 by Margaret Bouton.
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