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Artist Records

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Business cards and brochure from Leo, Ransford, and Bradford Naugler

 Collection — Box AFAM-2: [Barcode: DC2], Folder: 14
Identifier: A0062

This collection consists of seven business cards and a copy of a brochure created by Bradford, Ransford and Leo Naugler. All handwritten and some colorfully decorated, these materials give a brief glimpse into the advertising and business practices of three of Nova Scotia’s most celebrated folk artists.

Dates: circa 1990s

Deborah Goldsmith Throop Family Collection

Identifier: A0067
Abstract The Deborah Goldsmith Throop Family Collection contains the family papers related to artist Deborah Goldsmith Throop (1808-1836). The collection includes family correspondences, receipts, appraisal documents, donation letters and deeds, and loan agreements in relation to the donation of Deborah’s works to various exhibits and institutions between 1975-1989. Also included in the collection are two scrapbooks containing photographs and handwritten descriptions, and other material related to...
Dates: 1848, 1942-1948, 1975-1989

Joanne and Frederick Siegmund Papers related to Philip Pellegrino

 Collection — Box AFAM-1: [Barcode: DC1]
Identifier: A0061
Abstract The Joanne and Frederick Siegmund Papers Related to Philip Pellegrino contains images of the artist’s work, sales records, personal notes, inventories, artist biographies, news stories, and public access video footage of Philip Pellegrino (1919-1997) between 1980-2013. Born in Montreal, Pellegrino first learned to make leather sculpture art while working with his uncle as a cobbler. He later moved to Torrington, Connecticut where he opened his own shoe repair business and continued to...
Dates: 1980-10-19 - 2002; Majority of material found within 1980 - 1991

Philo Levi “Chief” Willey Papers

Identifier: A0060

The Philo Levi “Chief” Willey Papers primarily contains sales records maintained by Philo Levi “Chief” Willey (1887-1980) between 1969-1979. Willey began making art late in life, and sold his paintings and drawings in New Orleans’ Jackson Square. His work also appeared in Jack Kamas’ New Orleans’ gallery, and appeared in exhibits at SUNY and the American Folk Art Museum after his death.

Dates: 1969-11-05 — circa 1980; Majority of material found within 1970 - 1979