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Edward H. Dwight Papers, 1821-2001, bulk 1950-1979

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Series 1: Biographical Material , 1944-1980
8 Folders
Box 1, OV 20

Dwight's biographical material includes two address books, one of which contains contact information for art dealers, museum collectors, and others; pages from a 1961 calendar documenting logistical and travel details related to Dwight's research; a certificate from the American Arbitration Association; two letters and four illustrated postcards from friends and artists Schomer and Ruth Lichtner; one snapshot photograph of unidentified people; a folder of receipts and other financial records documenting research-related travel; and printed material, including news clippings, documenting Dwight's career and his posts at the Cincinnati Art Museum and the Munson-Williams-Proctor Museum of Art, as well as a poster for a talk given by Dwight on Audubon at Hamilton College in 1967.
Of note in the printed material is brief documentation of Dwight's work as a photographer, which includes a list of entries for the catalog of his exhibition, Twenty-Five Color Photographs by Edward H Dwight 1958-1970, at Weyhe Gallery in 1972.
Description Container Select
Address Books, circa 1960s-circa 1970s
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1
Calendar, 1961
1
2
Certificate, circa 1970s
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3
Personal Correspondence and Photograph, 1960s
1
4
Personal Expenses, 1960s
1
5
Printed Material About Dwight , 1944-1980
Oversized item housed in OV 20
1
6-8
Oversized Printed Material About Dwight from Box 1, Folders 6-8
OV 20

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