Pen and Ink Drawings by William Kinckle Davis
Scope and Contents
Two pen and ink drawings done by William Kinckle Davis. One is signed "W. Davis" and dated Oct. 1, 1898. It features a wine decanter and fruit. This drawing was reproduced in the inaugural issue of the William & Mary yearbook, the Colonial Echo, in 1899. The other drawing is dated Oct. 13, 1898 and features objects attributed to Native American culture.
- Creation: 1898 October 1, October 13
- Davis, William Kinckle (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
William Kinckle Davis attended William & Mary in 1896/1897.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Nellie G. Gregory
Removed from the Faculty-Alumni File Collection in 2016
- Guide to the Pen and Ink Drawings by William Kinckle Davis
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