Macdonald-Wright, Stanton, b. 1890 d. 1973
Active in Los Angeles, Calif.
Collection size: 17 items.
Collection Summary: Letters documenting Macdonald-Wright's travels with his wife Jean to Italy, Japan, Hawaii, and London. He discusses his activities, comments on people and places visited, his love of nature and art, his purchase of "two old Russells" [Morgan Russell] in Ipswitch, England, and buying a home in Hawaii.
Biographical/Historical Note: Macdonald-Wright was a painter. The Leslies are art collectors in Palm Springs, Calif. They collected Macdonald-Wright's paintings and were close friends of the Macdonald-Wrights during the last seven years of the artists' life.
Donated 1994 by Alan and Fanny Leslie.
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Also in the Archives
- Oral history interview with Stanton Macdonald-Wright, 1964 Apr. 13-Sept. 16
- Oral history interview with Stanton Macdonald-Wright, 1967 May 26
- Stanton Macdonald-Wright collection, 1940-1950
- Stanton Macdonald-Wright letters to Morgan Russell, 1913-1938
- Stanton Macdonald-Wright papers, 1907-1973
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