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Series 1 | A Finding Aid to the William Cushing Loring papers, 1899-1961 | Digitized Collection

William Cushing Loring papers, 1899-1961

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Series 1: Correspondence, 1899-1904
0.5 linear feet
Boxes 1-2

This series, which makes up the bulk of the collection, documents William Cushing Loring’s time spent living and studying in Paris and London from 1900-1904. Letters to his parents document Loring’s visits to the studios of John Singer Sargent, Francis Davis Millet, and Lawrence Alma-Tadema; painting excursions; painting copies at the Louvre; studies at the Academie Colarossi and the Academie Delecluse; entertainment and nightlife; and daily expenses. Letters addressed to both of his parents and to his mother, Mrs. Stanton D. Loring, include illustrations and sketches in ink and graphite, as well as miniature watercolors. The illustrations often show depictions of Loring’s daily life, thumbnail sketches of works in progress, and portraits.
Letters from Helen Loring and Robert Loring to their parents document their trips abroad to visit their brother in Paris and London. General correspondence addressed to Stanton D. Loring and unidentified correspondence is also included.
This series is arranged by correspondent, ordered as letters from William Cushing Loring to his family members, followed by letters written by other family members.
This series has been digitized in its entirety.
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Letters to Parents, 1899-1901
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Letters to Parents, 1901
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Letters to Parents, 1902
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Letters to Parents, 1903
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Letters to Parents, 1904
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Letters to Stanton D. Loring, 1901
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Letters to Stanton D. Loring, 1902
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Letters to Stanton D. Loring, 1903
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Letters to Stanton D. Loring, 1904
Folder includes typed excerpt from diary of Elizabeth Frost "My trip abroad" 1904 found with letters.
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Letters to Mrs. Stanton D. Loring, 1899-1901
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Letters to Mrs. Stanton D. Loring, 1901
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Letters to Mrs. Stanton D. Loring, 1902
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Letters to Mrs. Stanton D. Loring, 1903
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Letters to Mrs. Stanton D. Loring, 1904
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Letters to Helen Loring and Elizabeth Loring, 1901-1902
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Letters from Helen Loring to Parents, 1903
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Letters from Robert Loring to Parents, 1901
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Letters from Others to Stanton D. Loring, 1900-1902
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Unidentified Correspondence, 1901-1903
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Illustrations from Letters, circa 1905
These illustrations were separated from their associated correspondence before processing.
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