Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from George Grey Barnard, New York City, [N.Y.] to Robert Whittmore giving his philosophy on clay vs photographs. "We who move in clay, and stone, cannot send, to our fellow man shadow (photographs). " June 17, 36.
Letters, 1894-1905, of the sculptor William Ordway Partridge to [?] Allen, [?] Hardy, Edward W. Bok, and the Society of American Sculptors. Letters discuss his book, desire to write an article for Ladies Home Journal on the history of women's clothing, attending social gatherings, and Society of American Sculptors affairs.