Summary: Scrapbooks containing letters, exhibition catalogs and announcements, clippings, and photographs regarding the Norfolk art community and its artists with particular emphasis on the Norfolk Art Corner and the Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences.
Martha Iredell was a Virginia artist who figured predominantly in the local tidewater art community. She served as President of the Norfolk Art Corner in the forties and showed many of her paintings in local exhibitions.
Donated by Lela Hine, Norfolk, Va.; relationship to Iredell is unknown.
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