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subject : Art, American--Alabama--Birmingham--20th century--Exhibitions
photograph
3 1/4" wide X 5 1/4" photograph of Hannah Elliot dressed as a Norse goddess for Mrs. W. S. Lovell's Tableaux Vivants of the Great Religions of the World. The verso of the photograph has handwritten in all caps: "HANNAH IN COSTUME PROBABLY FOR ONE OF MRS. LOVELL'S PRODUCTIONS". Printed on border of photo: "FOOL V" Photograph published in Art of the New South by Ingham (p. 178).
Hill Ferguson Papers, Historical Collection, Collection # 56.6, Archives Department. (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1909
Watercolor painting of Annie Helen Reese from Alabama clothed in a long green dress and holding a fan. Painted for A Calendar of Southern Beauties, published by Frederick Stokes Co. in 1894 and sold at the Atlanta Exposition. Painting was also used to illustrate the poetry of Samuel Minturn Peck in his book Fair Women of To-day.
Southern History Department (source)
Frederick A. Stokes (publisher)
Lovell, Caroline, 1862- (creator)
Peck, Samuel Minturn, 1854-1938 (contributor)
1895
Watercolor painting of Varina Anne Davis from Mississippi clothed in a long dress and holding a fan. Painted for A Calendar of Southern Beauties, published by Frederick Stokes Co. in 1894 and sold at the Atlanta Exposition. Painting was also used to illustrate the poetry of Samuel Minturn Peck in his book Fair Women of To-day. Printed in Art of the New South by Vicki Leigh Ingham (p. 20)
Southern History Department (source)
Frederick A. Stokes (publisher)
Lovell, Caroline, 1862- (creator)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh; Peck, Samuel Minturn, 1854-1938 (contributor)
1895
Watercolor painting of Annie Reifsnider from Maryland clothed in a long pink dress with green trim. Painted for A Calendar of Southern Beauties, published by Frederick Stokes Co. in 1894 and sold at the Atlanta Exposition. Painting was also used to illustrate the poetry of Samuel Minturn Peck in his book Fair Women of To-day.
Southern History Department (source)
Frederick A. Stokes (publisher)
Lovell, Caroline, 1862- (creator)
Peck, Samuel Minturn, 1854-1938 (contributor)
1895
Watercolor painting of Emma D. Belknap from Texas clothed in a long green dress and Georgia Lincoln from Arkansas clothed in a long pink dress. Painted for A Calendar of Southern Beauties, published by Frederick Stokes Co. in 1894 and sold at the Atlanta Exposition. Painting was also used to illustrate the poetry of Samuel Minturn Peck in his book Fair Women of To-day.
Southern History Department (source)
Frederick A. Stokes (publisher)
Lovell, Caroline, 1862- (creator)
Peck, Samuel Minturn, 1854-1938 (contributor)
1895
photograph
Black and white photograph (9 1/4" wide X 7 1/4") of Central Library at its opening, 1927. Includes paintings, busts, statues, chairs and benches. Photograph reproduced in Ingham's book, Art of the New South (p. 16)
Collection 10 -- Archives Department (source)
Tebbs--Knell, Inc. (publisher)
Tebbs--Knell, Inc. (creator)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1927
photograph
Photograph of an arts and crafts display for the seventh annual exhibiton of the Birmingham Art Club. Includes lamps, plates, bowls, books, salt and pepper shakers and table cloths. Photograph reproduced in Ingham's book, Art of the New South (p.13)
Southern History Department (source)
Birmingham Art Club (publisher)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1914
engraving
Advertisment published in the Catalogue of the Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Birmingham Art Club for Alabama Engraving Company, makers of printwell plates. Depicts downtown Birmingham with a plane flying overhead. Reproduced in Ingham's book, Art of the New South (p. 7)
Southern History Department (source)
Birmingham Art Club (publisher)
Birmingham Art Club (Ala.) (creator)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1914
Watercolor painting of Virginia Lee Fraser from South Carolina clothed in a long pink dress and holding roses. Painted for A Calendar of Southern Beauties, published by Frederick Stokes Co. in 1894 and sold at the Atlanta Exposition. Painting was also used to illustrate the poetry of Samuel Minturn Peck in his book Fair Women of To-day.
Southern History Department (source)
Frederick A. Stokes (publisher)
Lovell, Caroline, 1862- (creator)
Peck, Samuel Minturn, 1854-1938 (contributor)
1895
Watercolor painting of Frances W. Shober from North Carolina clothed in a long white and blue dress and holding a spray lilly of the valley. Painted for A Calendar of Southern Beauties, published by Frederick Stokes Co. in 1894 and sold at the Atlanta Exposition. Painting was also used to illustrate the poetry of Samuel Minturn Peck in his book Fair Women of To-day.
Southern History Department (source)
Frederick A. Stokes (publisher)
Lovell, Caroline, 1862- (creator)
Peck, Samuel Minturn, 1854-1938 (contributor)
1895
photograph
Black and white portrait of Carrie Hill wearing pearls. Reproduced in Ingham's Art of the new South.
Southern History Department (source)
Blue Book Publishing Co. (publisher)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1923
Watercolor painting of Elize Castleman from Kentucky clothed in a long dress with flowers and sitting on a bench. Painted for A Calendar of Southern Beauties, published by Frederick Stokes Co. in 1894 and sold at the Atlanta Exposition. Painting was also used to illustrate the poetry of Samuel Minturn Peck in his book Fair Women of To-day.
Southern History Department (source)
Frederick A. Stokes (publisher)
Lovell, Caroline, 1862- (creator)
Peck, Samuel Minturn, 1854-1938 (contributor)
1895
painting
Print of an oil on canvas painting found in the Catalogue of the Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Birmingham Art Club publication. Also reproduced in Ingham's book, Art of the new South (p. 177).
Southern History Department (source)
Birmingham Art Club (publisher)
Elliott, Hannah, 1867- (creator)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh; Birmingham Art Club (Ala.) (contributor)
1914
Watercolor painting of Marian Hartridge Dunbar from Georgia clothed in a light pink dress and holding pink roses. Painted for A Calendar of Southern Beauties, published by Frederick Stokes Co. in 1894 and sold at the Atlanta Exposition. Painting was also used to illustrate the poetry of Samuel Minturn Peck in his book Fair Women of To-day.
Southern History Department (source)
Frederick A. Stokes (publisher)
Lovell, Caroline, 1862- (creator)
Peck, Samuel Minturn, 1854-1938 (contributor)
1895
Watercolor painting of Ella Mehle from Louisiana clothed in a long white dress and holding two roses. Painted for A Calendar of Southern Beauties, published by Frederick Stokes Co. in 1894 and sold at the Atlanta Exposition. Painting was also used to illustrate the poetry of Samuel Minturn Peck in his book Fair Women of To-day.
Southern History Department (source)
Frederick A. Stokes (publisher)
Lovell, Caroline, 1862- (creator)
Peck, Samuel Minturn, 1854-1938 (contributor)
1895
Watercolor painting of Mattie Houstoun from Florida clothed in a yellow dress and adorned with yellow roses. Painted for A Calendar of Southern Beauties, published by Frederick Stokes Co. in 1894 and sold at the Atlanta Exposition. Painting was also used to illustrate the poetry of Samuel Minturn Peck in his book Fair Women of To-day.
Southern History Department (source)
Frederick A. Stokes (publisher)
Lovell, Caroline, 1862- (creator)
Peck, Samuel Minturn, 1854-1938 (contributor)
1895
painting
Carrie Hill's 1923 oil painting (38" x 38") of a hillside in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Included in the 36th annual Exhibiton of American Paintings and Sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago and published on the cover of The Art News, December 8, 1923. Reproduced in Ingham's Art of the new South (p. 57).
Birmingham Public Library (Ala.) art collection (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Hill, Carrie, 1875- (creator)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
Watercolor painting of Jane Sutherlin Smith from Virginia clothed in a long green and white stripped dress. Painted for A Calendar of Southern Beauties, published by Frederick Stokes Co. in 1894 and sold at the Atlanta Exposition. Painting was also used to illustrate the poetry of Samuel Minturn Peck in his book Fair Women of To-day.
Southern History Department (source)
Frederick A. Stokes (publisher)
Lovell, Caroline, 1862- (creator)
Peck, Samuel Minturn, 1854-1938 (contributor)
1895
painting
Print of an oil on canvas painting by Lucille Douglass found in the Catalogue of the Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Birmingham Art Club publication. Reproduced in Ingham's book, Art of the new South (page 12)
Southern History Department (source)
Birmingham Art Club (publisher)
Douglass, Lucille, 1878- (creator)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1914
painting
A painting by Alice Rumph reproduced in the Catalogue of the Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Birmingham Art Club in 1914 and awarded an honorable mention. Also reproduced in Ingham's book, Art of the new South (p. 130).
Catalogue of the seventh annual exhibition of the Birmingham Art Club (source)
Birmingham Art Club (publisher)
Rumph, Alice, 1877- (creator)
Birmingham Art Club (Ala.); <br> Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1914
Watercolor painting of Queenie Woods from Tennessee clothed in a black dress and holding yellow poppies. Painted for A Calendar of Southern Beauties, published by Frederick Stokes Co. in 1894 and sold at the Atlanta Exposition. Painting was also used to illustrate the poetry of Samuel Minturn Peck in his book Fair Women of To-day.
Southern History Department (source)
Frederick A. Stokes (publisher)
Lovell, Caroline, 1862- (creator)
Peck, Samuel Minturn, 1854-1938 (contributor)
1895
painting
16" x 14" oil on canvas painting. Subject matter consists of a dirt road winding through several trees. Signed by the artist. Reproduced in Ingham's book Art of the new South (p. 40)
Birmingham Public Library (Ala.) (source)
Hill, Carrie (publisher)
Hill, Carrie, 1875- (creator)
Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
painting
Print of an oil on canvas painting by Della Dryer found in the Catalogue of the Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Birmingham Art Club publication. Reproduced in Ingham's book, Art of the New South (p. 12)
Southern History Department (source)
Birmingham Art Club (publisher)
Dryer, Della, 1867- (creator)
Birmingham Art Club (Ala.); <br> Ingham, Vicki Leigh (contributor)
1914
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