Lansil, Walter F. (Walter Franklin),
Collection size: 49 leaves (on partial microfilm reel)
Collection Summary: Two handwritten drafts of Lansil's memoir "A Trip to Venice," 1914. Lansil describes Venice, his reactions to it and his intention to study art there.
Biographical/Historical Note: Painter; born Bangor, Maine. Studied abroad, but returned to the United States to set up a studio in Boston where he developed a love of the sea and ships.
Donated 1967 by the Kennedy Galleries.
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