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Renée Lahm papers, 1932-1964

Renée Lahm papers, 1932-1964

Lahm, Renée D., 1897-1945

Painter, Lithographer

Collection Information

Size: 32 items (on partial microfilm reel).

Summary: 5 letters received by Lahm, among which is a letter from painter Manfred Schwartz who writes Lahm about transportation costs for an exhibition in Hartford saying "I had much trouble with the exhibition tour of Southern universities 2 years ago. They too agreed to pay but when the bill was sent I was informed that their budget allowed only 25 dollars for transportation costs. What a headache!"; 5 photographs of Lahm's paintings; 2 exhibition catalogs and clippings.

Biographical/Historical Note

Painter, lithographer; b. 6/13/1897; d. 5/3/1945, Tucson, Ariz. born in New York City, where she lived during most of her career. She was a founder of the American Federation of Painters and Sculptors, and a member of the National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors.

Provenance

Donated by Lahm's daughter, Elizabeth Heller.

Microfilm reel 1103 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.

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