T. Oxley Miller papers, 1878-1976

Miller, T. Oxley (Thomas Oxley), b. 1855 d. 1909
Active in Oakland, Calif.; Stockton, Calif.

Collection size: 8 items (on 2 partial microfilm reels).

Collection Summary: A scrapbook, photographs, printed material and interview transcript compiled by Miller's daughter, Constance.

Reel 2236: A scrapbook containing sketches, photographs, correspondence, clippings, notes, printed material, and memorabilia.

Reel 3161: A photo of Miller, ca. 1907; a photo of a ca. 1904 painting of his daughter, Constance; 2 photos of works of art; an exhibition catalog, PACK-IN PAINTERS OF THE AMERICAN WEST, University of Southern California Art Galleries, 1976; a transcription of an 1876 clipping; and a 13-page transcription of a 1971 tape recording of Constance Miller reminiscing about her father.

Biographical/Historical Note: Painter; Stockton and Oakland, California.

Material compiled by Miller's daughter Constance Miller. The 7 items on reel 3161 were donated by Constance Miller who lent the scrapbook via the Pioneer Museum and Haggin Galleries.

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