Vincent Aderente papers, 1906-1960

Aderente, Vincent, b. 1880 d. 1941
Muralist
Active in N.J.

Collection size: 130 items (on partial microfilm reel).

Collection Summary: Correspondence, 1910-ca. 1934, including 4 letters from Edwin Blashfield; 5 sketches by Aderente; notes, and printed materials on 3 mural commissions executed by Aderente at the Main Post Office in Flushing, N.Y., depicting local historical incidents, at the General Court House in Jamaica, N.Y., ca. 1942-1943, depicting the different periods of law from Egyptian to American, and at the Main Branch of the Lincoln Savings Bank in Brooklyn, N.Y., depicting Lincoln's life; a list of portraits and murals by Aderente, including works by Edwin Blashfield on which Aderente worked as an assistant; a photograph of Aderente; printed material, including many reproductions of Aderente's murals and graphic work, and a series of booklets on the history of the Detroit Library.

Lent for microfilming 1969 by Mrs. Vincent Aderente, widow of Aderente.

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