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subject : Art, American--Alabama--Birmingham--20th century
photograph
Black and white photograph (6" wide X 4 1/2" ) of Carrie Hill and Mrs. Raulston seated with afternoon tea in their Birmingham art studio. Written on back of photo: "Carrie Hill (L) in studio. Held afternoon½eas to show her work. See scrapbook." Photograph reproduced in Ingham's book, Art of the new South (p. 45)
Emond, Burgin and Hill Familes Papers, Collection #112, Archives Department (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1909
painting
An 8 3/4 x 11 inches oil on canvas painting with white buildings and several people dressed in traditional clothing and attending a bazaar. Impressionistic in tone. Reproduced in Ingham's book, Art of the new South (p. 161)
Birmingham Public Library (Ala.) art collection (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Dryer, Della, 1867- (creator)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1927
painting
Painting of a bridge, boat, water and white houses with red roofs in Spain. Oil on canvas, 40 x 38 inches, painted in the 1920s. Reproduced in Ingham's Art of the new South (p. 65).
Birmingham Public Library (Ala.) art collection (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Hill, Carrie, 1875- (creator)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
photograph
Black and white photograph (10" X 8") of Browne's European painting group. Standing, Top Row, L to R: Jean Berthier, Inez Putnam, Mrs. Rice, Billy Bercry Humphreys, Malcolm Humphreys, Frank Allison, Don Witherstein, David Humphreys. Standing, Middle Row, L to R: Vera Stevens, Philippa Hughes, Carrie Hill, Dorcas Shaffer, Daisy Hughes, Anna Learned, Dira [spelling?] Lunt, Willie McLaughlin, Della Dryer, Elsie Witherstein. Seated Left to Right: Emma Vance, Silvia Pizitz, Harold Browne, Mrs. G.E. Browne, George Elmer Browne, Bee Jackson Humphreys, Mrs. Kelly Also published in Ingham's book, Art of the new South (p. 68).
Emond, Burgin and Hill Families. Papers. Collection 112, Archives Department (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1927-06
photograph
Early 1900s black and white photograph ( 5" wide X 4 1/2") of Hill painting with brush and easel at the beach and sitting on a crate and protected from the sun under an umbrella.
Emond, Burgin and Hill Families Papers, Collection #112, Archives Department (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
newspaper clipping
Newspaper Vertical File Collection (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
photograph
Black and white portrait photograph of Lucille Douglass taken in Paris. Douglass is seated and dressed in white. Also published in Ingham's Art of the new South (p.96)
HIll Ferguson Papers, Historical Collection; Collection #56.6, Archives Department (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1911
photograph
Black and white photograph (3 1/8" wide X 5") of Birmingham Art Club founders Hannah Elliott painting Lucille Douglass in an art studio. Photograph also published in Art of the new South (p. 8) by Vicki Leigh Ingham.
Hill Ferguson Papers, Historical Collection, Collection #56.6, Archives Department. (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1908
painting
Oil painting of the sand dunes and ocean at Camp Walton, Florida. Oil on canvas, 34 x 38 inches. Reproduced in Ingham's book, Art of the new South (p. 88)
Birmingham Public Library (Ala.) art collection (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Hill, Carrie, 1875- (creator)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1938
photograph
Art studio of Hannah Elliott with posters on the wall, a rocking chair, gas lamp, violin, fireplace, dolls, and the artist. Photograph (4 1/2" wide X 3 1/2 " ) found in Elliott's scrapbook is . Reproduced in Ingham's book, Art of the New South (p. 175).
Hill Ferguson Papers, Historical Collection, collection #56.6, Archives Department. (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Elliott, Hannah, 1867- (creator)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
c1908
ink drawing
An illustration of a Chinese junk printed with colored iridescent ink on paper, 6 1/2 x 4 15/16 inches. Douglass used this illustration for her Christmas cards.
Hill Ferguson Papers, Historical Collection; Collection #56.6, Archives Department (source)
Lucille Douglass (publisher)
Douglass, Lucille (creator)
1925
painting
Photograph of Birmingham Public Library's East Lake Branch mural created in 1937. The photograph is by Marc Bondarenko and is published in Ingham's book Art of the new South (p.83).
East Lake Branch Library (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Hill, Carrie, 1875- (creator)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh; Bondarenko, Marc (contributor)
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