Summary: Business and personal correspondence, contracts, and sketches. Most files remain in their original annotated folder.
Lumen Martin Winter (1908-1982) was a painter, muralist, and sculptor from Michigan and New York. Winter's more well known works include his Apollo XIII lithographs and medallions, a mural in the AFL-CIO headquarters and the United Nations building in NYC, and several religious statues in churches and army chapels.
Received in the Washington, D.C. from unidentified sender April, 1999.
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Lumen Martin Winter papers, 1930-1982. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.