Summary: A scrapbook containing photographs, correspondence, clippings, and printed material, most likely assembled and heavily annotated by Bartlett, documenting his career as a sculptor and teacher as well as his travels in Europe, in particular, Italy. A small portion of the scrapbook concerns the career of Bartlett's son, sculptor Paul Wayland Bartlett.
Truman Howe Bartlett (1835-1923) was a sculptor in Boston, Mass.
Donated 2009 by Gertrude (Trudy) Conroy, who inherited the scrapbook from her father.
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Truman Howe Bartlett scrapbook, circa 1880-1911. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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