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Carlo Alberto Ciampaglia papers, 1909-1978

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Series 2: Correspondence , 1912-1978, undated
(Box 1; 45 folders)

Correspondence consists of letters exchanged with family and colleagues, primarily with Harry Sternfeld referring to various projects, including a report and 13 photographs, of the deteriorating cyclorama mural at Gettysburg. The photographs were sent in July-August 1947; see Correspondence, 1943-1947. Additional project files are found in Series 6. There are approximately a dozen letters from sculptor Alvin Meyer, and scattered letters from Edward Amateis, Gaetano Cecere, Dean Cornwell, Paul Cret, George Davidson, Barry Faulkner, Eric Gugler, Eugene Savage, and Ezra Winter. Correspondence concerning the George Washington Bicentennial Exhibition consists primarily of letters and scattered notes documenting Ciampaglia's role as Acting Chairman during the planning of this exhibition. Participants were members of the American Academy in Rome Alumni Association and included architects Roderic Barbour Barnes, Cameron Clark, Thomas Harlan Ellett, Moise Goldstein, Douglas Orr, Harry E. Warren, Morris H. Whitehouse, and Edgar I. Williams, landscape architect Edward Lawson, mural painters Allyn Cox, Barry Faulkner, and Eugene Savage, and sculptors John Gregory, C. Paul Jennewein, Alvin Meyer, and Lawrence Tenney Stevens.
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Letters from Writers with Unknown Surnames, undated
1
9
Letters from Writers with Surnames "A-C,", undated
1
10
Letters from Writers with Surnames "D-L,", undated
1
11
Letters from Writers with Surnames "M-Z,", undated
1
12
Correspondence, 1912-1920
1
13
Correspondence, 1921-1929
1
14-22
Correspondence, 1930-1937
1
23-36
Correspondence, 1939-1942
1
37
Correspondence, 1943-1947
1
38-40
Correspondence, 1948-1954
1
41
Correspondence, 1955-1959
1
42-44
Correspondence, 1960-1964
1
45-48
Correspondence, 1965-1978
1
49
Correspondence Concerning the George Washington Bicentennial Exhibition, 1928-1932, undated
1
50-53

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