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Artists and illustrators of the Old West, 1850-1900.

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  • 2 of 2 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Indiana State Library - Indianapolis ISLM 709.78 T124a (Text) 0000103955951 General book Available -
Washington Township Public Library - Lynn 709.78 (Text) 76683000007709 Non-Fiction Available -

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  • Physical Description: xvii, 400 pages plates, maps (on lining papers) 26 cm
  • Publisher: New York, Scribner, 1953.

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General Note: List of illustrators. John Mix Stanley -- Charles Koppel -- Gustav Sohon -- John E. Weyss -- Arthur Schott -- H.B. Möllhausen -- W.J. Hays -- W.M. Cary -- T.R. Davis -- A.R. Waud -- Alfred E. Mathews -- Joseph Becker -- Frenzeny-Tavernier -- Jules Tavernier -- Paul Frenzeny -- Henry Worrall -- Vincent Colyer -- [Otto Becker] Cassily Adams -- John Mulvany -- Ogden and Yeager -- William A. Rogers -- Mary H. Foote -- Charles Graham -- Rufus F. Zogbaum -- Frederic Remington -- Henry F. Farny -- Charles Schreyvogel -- Dan Smith -- H.W. Hansen -- J.H. Smith -- J.H. Sharp -- H.W. Caylor -- Ernest L. Blumenschein -- William R. Leigh.
Bibliography, etc. Note: "Sources and notes": pages 249-381.
Formatted Contents Note: John M. Stanley and the Pacific Railroad surveys -- Heinrich Baldwin Möllhausen -- William Jacob Hays and W.M. Cary -- Theodore R. Davis and Alfred R. Waud -- Alfred E. Mathews -- The joining of the rails -- Western excursions -- Indigenous artists -- Henry Worrall -- Custer's last stand -- The Leslie excursion of 1877 -- William Allen Rogers and Mary Hallock Foote -- Charles Graham and Rufus F. Zogbaum -- Remington in Kansas -- Artsits of indian life -- Henry F. Farny -- The end of an era -- Connecting links -- Sources and notes -- Index.
Summary, etc.: A survey of the pictures and illustrations of the Western United States during the period 1850 to 1900 and the men who made them.
Subject: Artists > United States.
Illustrators > United States.
Painting, American.
Drawing, American.
West (U.S.) > History.

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