Scrapbook of the Portait William III Arrives at Torbay
Scope and Contents
This collection is a scrapbook describing the history and development of the historical portrait William III Arrives at Torbay. The painting hangs in the Board of Visitors meeting room in Blow Hall and was executed by Pete Peltison. The album includes a typed account of the making of the work.
- Creation: 1997
- Office of the President (Organization)
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The Office of the President received this scrapbook as a gift from Douglas N. Morton.
Acc. 1998.039 transferred on 12/19/1997.
- Guide to the Scrapbook of the Portait William III Arrives at Torbay
- Finding Aid Authors: Special Collections Staff.
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note
- The collection description/finding aid is written in English