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Willard Warren Cummings papers, 1911-1997, bulk 1930-1975

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Series 3: Writings , 1928-1974
0.8 Linear feet
Box 14

Writings consist of several essays by unidentified authors, Cummings's journal from his time in Paris, lists and notes, poems by Mildred Cummings and others, a statement by Cummings regarding his portrait of Margaret Chase Smith, and student work that includes Cummings's "Pictorial Art Notebook," a notebook containing handwritten text and clippings of artwork produced while studying at Yale University.
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Essays by Unidentified Authors, circa 1950s
14
1
Journal, 1928
14
2
Lists, circa 1950-circa 1970
Includes price lists for artwork.
14
3-4
Notes, circa 1950-circa 1970
Includes three notebooks with notes on purchases of produce and names along with budget notes, edits to an administrative report, and other annotations.
14
5
Play Transcript, "Bringing Up Father" by Unidentified Author, undated
14
6
Poems, circa 1935-circa 1970
Includes one notebook and poems by Mildred Cummings.
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7-8
Statement Regarding Margaret Chase Smith's Portrait by Cummings, 1974
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9
Student Work, circa 1930
Includes four notebooks and one music writing book from Cummings's studies in Paris.
14
10-12
Student Work, Yale, 1934
Includes essays on 15th century engraving and Albrecht Dürer.
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13
Student Work, Yale - "Pictorial Art Notebook", 1933
The notebook includes a mixture of writings, clippings, and documents on art history.
14
14-21

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