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MS 242 - Alexander Phimister Proctor Collection

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Personal / Biographical

Correspondence

Writings

Diaries, Ledgers, Notebooks

Art Information Research Files

Catalogues and Magazines

Photographs

Oversize



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Collection Overview

Title: MS 242 - Alexander Phimister Proctor CollectionAdd to your cart.

Primary Creator: Proctor, Alexander Phimister

Extent: 39.0 Boxes

Languages: English

Abstract

The collection consists of the Proctor family's photographs, negatives, and manuscript materials.  Included are photographs and negatives of Alexander Proctor, the Proctor family, and Proctor sculptures and artwork.  Manuscript materials include writings, correspondence, clippings, and personal documents.

Administrative Information

Repository: McCracken Research Library

Accruals: 2016.01.18 AP Proctor Marriage Certificates Photocopies

Access Restrictions: McCracken Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials. Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation or publication. Contact McCracken Research Library for more information.

Separated Materials: Copies of original Margaret Proctor scrapbooks located in MS 245

Related Materials: Oversize Rare Books; BS 185 1872 .P5; Proctor Family Bible; The Holy Bible : containing the Old and New Testaments

Preferred Citation: Alexander Phimister Proctor Collection, MS 242, Harold McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Historical Center.


Box and Folder Listing


Browse by Series:

[Series 1: Personal / Biographical, 1871-2002],
[Series 2: Correspondence],
[Series 3: Writings],
[Series 4: Diaries, Ledgers, Notebooks],
[Series 5: Art Information Research Files],
[Series 6: Catalogues and Magazines],
[Series 7: Photographs],
[Series 8: Oversize],
[All]

Series 8: OversizeAdd to your cart.
Folder OS Loose 1: Oversize Photograph - Pioneer MotherAdd to your cart.
P.242.1126A
Box Oversize 1Add to your cart.
Item 1: Loose Item - “Park Blocks Sculptor Forgotten by Portlanders.”  Oregonian (Portland, Oregon)., September 16, 1973Add to your cart.
4 Copies
Item 2: Loose Item - “Salem Included In Landmark Art Event.”  Statesman (Salem, Oregon)., September 9, 1973Add to your cart.
10 Copies
Item 3: Loose Item - “Proctor Collection: Montana Gallery Scores ‘Art Find’.”  Denver Post (Denver, Colorado)., November 4, 1973Add to your cart.
4 Copies
Item 4: Loose Item - “Remembering The Sculptor.”  Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, Oregon)., September 11, 1973Add to your cart.
13 Copies
Folder 1: Personal/ Biographical - Clippings, 1915-1975Add to your cart.

“A Noted American Sculptor In His Workshop.”  St. Louis Times: Picture Page.  November 19,1927.  2 copies

“Noted Sculptor Returns to P.A. to Make His Home.”  Daily Palo Alto Times.  January 27, 1949.

Photocopy of Scrapbook Page Containing Following Articles:

“Kills Coyote With Pistol at 60 Yards.”  Evening Tribune (Pendleton, Oregon).  June 1, 1915.

“Breaks Back of a Coyote With One Shot.”  Evening Telegram (Portland, Oregon).  June 2, 1915.

“Ye Boy Scouts Had Adventures While on Their Camping Trip.”  East Oregonian (Pendleton, Oregon).  June 15, 1915.

Untitled “Mrs. C.S. Jackson…”  Evening Tribune (Pendleton, Oregon).  June 19, 1915

“To Be Wild West Judge.”  East Oregonian (Pendleton, Oregon).  July 3, 1915.

“Noted Sculptor Is Nearing Finish On Model Of A Bucker.”  East Oregonian (Pendleton, Oregon).  June 29, 1915.

“Shirley Lyons: Lewiston Once Home For Art Celebrity.”  [Unknown Paper (Lewiston, Montana)].  March 2, 1975.

“What Is Story Behind Portland’s Heroic Statues?”  Oregon Journal (Portland, Oregon).  September 18, 1968.

“Statuary Hall: Oregon Men In Bronze May Stand With Other U.S. Great.”  Oregonian (Portland, Oregon).  February 9, 1947

Folder 2: Personal/ Biographical - Clippings, 1910-1974Add to your cart.

“Milles Statues Cast At Gorham’s.”  Providence Sunday Journal (Providence, Rhode Island).  January 2, 1949.

“Sculptor’s Wife Is Good Hunter: Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Proctor Have Adventures.”  Daily Palto Alto Times (Palo Alto, California).  November 22, 1922.

“Sculptor Finished Working Models of Theodore Roosevelt and “Circuit Rider”.”  Sunday Oregonian (Portland, Oregon).  September 25, 1921.

“Internationally Famous Sculptor Now In Valley For He Likes Sunshine And ‘Music of Coyotes’.”  Valley Morning Star (Harlingen, Texas).  March 11, 1940.

“Who’s Who Abroad: A. Phimister Proctor.”  1926.

“Noted Sculptor Is Visitor In Seattle.”  Seattle Daily Times (Seattle, Washington).  C. Late 1920s.

“Sculptor Is Famous As Big Game Hunter; Depicts Animal Life.”  Unknown Paper (California).  C. 1920s.

“Sculptor Finds City Aids Work.”  Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California).  November 15, 1931.

“Sculptor A. Phimister Proctor And His Work. (2 Illustrations)”  Portland Evening Telegram (Portland, Oregon).  July 24, 1915.

“Knows His West: Phimister Proctor, Sculptor, in S.F.”  Unknown Paper (San Francisco, California).  August 23, 1936. – 3 copies

“Will Make City His Home: Noted Western Sculptor to Open Studio.”  Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California).  December 24, 1922.

Scrapbook Page – “Patriotic Hymns by Alexander Proctor”; “Bronze Horse” Postcard; “Dog With Bone” Photograph

“Noted Sculptor Visits City On Way To Florida.”  Evening Sun (Baltimore, Maryland).  March 9, 1935.

“Sculptor Proctor Noted Ball Player In Denver One Time.”  Denver Post (Denver, Colorado).  December 23, 1910.

“Scene In Art: Proctor Recastings On View in Dallas.”  Dallas Morning News (Dallas, Texas).  November 8, 1974.

“New York Historical Society Fights Bankruptcy: Troubled Museums Try to Master the Fine Art of Survival.”  New York Times (New York, New York).  August 28, 1988.

“Proctor Named TMU Program Coordinator.”  Standord Daily (Stanford, California).  September 27, 1965.

“UNLV Aid Designer of Donovan Medal.”  Las Vegas Review-Journal (Las Vegas, Nevada).  April 24, 1969.

“Stock Show Bonus: Denver Art Exhibits Lavish” and “Occasion To Honor Proctor.”  Denver Post (Denver, Colorado).  January 12, 1975.

“Art Find Awakens New Interest in Sculptor Proctor.”  East Oregonian (Pendleton, Oregon).  September 24, 1973.

Scrapbook Page – “Alexander Proctor’s exquisite delicate fawn”; “la grande expression dan Guerrier Indien”; “Jolie et curieuse la statue bronze de Gurrier Indien”; “Those who remember the magnificent statues of animals by A.F. Proctor”; “A Puma: By A. Phimister Proctor”; “On Montparnasse”; “St. Gauden’s great monument to General Logan”; “Arms of Carpenter Family”; “Crouching Puma, by A. Phinister Proctor”; “Ante-Mortem Obituaries”

Folder 3: Personal/ Biographical - Clippings, 1931-1975Add to your cart.

“Brass Menagerie”.  Evening Star (Washington, D.C.).  December 27, 1954.

“Stock Show Bonus: Denver Art Exhibits Lavish” and “Occasion To Honor Proctor.”  Denver Post (Denver, Colorado).  January 12, 1975.

“A. Phimister Proctor: Fine Example of a Rugged Artist.”  Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Seattle, Washington).  July 9, 1949.

“A Phimister Proctor: Famed Sculptor, Artist, Wild Game Hunter Still is Hard At Work in His 89th Year.”  Unknown Paper (Palo Alto, California).  1949.

“Sculptor Who Started On Hunting Trip When Invited To Dine With President Calmly Molds “Injuns” In Studio Here.”  Westport Town Crier (Westport, Connecticut).  Undated.

Scrapbook Page – “Helen Howard, Long-Time Area Teacher Dies.”; “90 Years Old: Long-Time Friends Celebrate Birthdays.”; “Mustangs Statue Pays Well-Deserved Tribute.”; “Alexander Phimister Proctor: Hughesite’s Father Carved His Niche In History – Using Tools of the Sculptor”; “Noted Sculptor’s Work On Display”; “Hester Proctor To Be Feted At Cleveland Promotion Party”

“Editor At Bat”.  Daily Palo Alto Times (Palo Alto, California).  February 1, 1947.

“Art Club Old-Timers’ Show Presents Variety of Work By Outstanding Professionals And Competent Amateurs.”  Daily Palo Alto Times (Palo Alto, California).  February 3, 1947.

“Editor At Bat”.  Daily Palo Alto Times (Palo Alto, California).  February 1, 1947.

“Proctor, Noted Sculptor of West, Is Interested In Doing Marcus Whitman.”  Union-Bulletin (Walla Walla, Washington).  July 17, 1949.  2 copies.

“Noted Sculptor Returns to P.A. to Make His Home.”  Daily Palo Alto Times (Palo Alto, California).  January 27, 1949.  5 copies.

“Notes From The World Of Literature And Art: New Statue of Gen. Lee – A. Phimister Proctor’s Model for Equestrian Group Is Placed in Corcoran Gallery of Art.”  Sunday Star (Washington, D.C.).  May 12, 1935.

“His Statues Cover World: A. Phimister Proctor Sends Them Everywhere, Wants Next Home In Seattle.”  Seattle Times (Seattle, Washington).  October 4, 1931.  4 copies

“Sculptor Of Lee Statue Has Had Colorful Career.”  Times Herald (Dallas, Texas).  May 24, 1936.

“Inspect ‘Old Betsy’: Fish and Game of Northwest Lure Sculptor.”  Unknown Paper (Seattle, Washington).  Undated.

“Alexander Proctor To Make Etchings Of Animal Life In San Diego Zoo.”  Unknown Paper (San Diego, California).  Undated.

“Sculptor Of Lee Statue Has Had Colorful Career.”  Times Herald (Dallas, Texas).  May 24, 1936.

“Sculptor Leaves East To Live “Near Alaska”.  Ketchikan Alaska Chronicle (Ketchikan, Alaska).  September 28, 1936.  2 copies.

“Internationally Famous Sculptor Now In Valley For He Likes Sunshine and ‘Music of Coyotes’: Alexander P. Proctor Has 3rd of Column In Who’s Who.”  Morning Star (Harlingen, Texas).  March 11, 1940.

“Sculptor of Lee Statues Has Had Colorful Career: Memorial To Be Dedicated Here In June Work of A. Phimister Proctor; Sketch of Career and Achievements.”  Times Herald (Dallas, Texas).  May 24, 1936.

Folder 4: Personal/ Biographical - Clippings, 1918-1973Add to your cart.

“Yosemite—Finest of The World’s Mountain Valleys: Nature Here Outdid Herself And Framed Her Masterpiece.”  San Francisco Chronicle (San Francisco, California).  June 30, 1918.

“Art Find Awakens New Interest In Sculptor Proctor.”  East Oregonian (Pendleton, Oregon).  September 24, 1973.  5 copies

“Major Art Discovery Finds Home In Kalispell”.  Missoulian (Missoula, Montana).  April 1, 1973.  5 copies.

“Grangeville Man Posed for Proctor.”  Idaho County Free Press (Grangeville, Idaho).  June 16, 1966.

Folder 5: Personal/ Biographical - Clippings, 1923-1931Add to your cart.

“When Part Veils Disclosed ‘The Pioneer Mother’ Making Her Glorious Journey In Penn Valley Park.”  Kansas City Star (Kansas City, Missouri).  November 20, 1927.

“As Those Of Their Blood: Kansas Citians View The ‘Pioneer Mother’ and Reminisce.”  Kansas City Star (Kansas City, Missouri).  November 13, 1927.  2 copies

“Out Of The West”.  Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California).  April 8, 1923.  2 copies.

“Famous Sculptor Transfers Real West To Bronze: Phimister Proctor Is Product of Pioneer Days, Prouder of Markmanship Than of His Widely-Known Statues.”  Wichita Beacon (Wichita, Kansas).  October 25, 1931.  3 copies

Folder 6: Personal/ Biographical - Clippings, 1922-1927Add to your cart.

“Epic Bronze That Will Be Dedicated Friday Tells Adverse Story of the Conquest of the Plains.”  Kansas City Star (Kansas City, Missouri).  November 6, 1927.  3 copies.

“Statue By Proctor Is Declared To Be Virile Record Of Theodore Roosevelt.”  Oregonian (Portland, Oregon).  November 12, 1922.

Folder 7: Personal/ Biographical - Clippings, 1922-1935Add to your cart.

“Notes From The World Of Literature And Art: New Statue of Gen. Lee.”  Star (Washington, D.C.).  May 12, 1935.  2 copies

“Roosevelt Statue Among Most Marvelous Pieces Of Art.”  Sunday Oregonian (Portland, Oregon).  November 12, 1922.

Folder 8: Personal/ Biographical - Clippings, 1950Add to your cart.

“A Phimister Proctor, World-Famous Sculptor, Dies Here At Age of 90.”  Palo Alto Times (Palo Alto, California).  September 5, 1950.

“A.P. Proctor Dies; Sculptor And Hunter, 88.”  New York Herald Tribune (New York, New York).  September 6, 1950.

“A.P. Proctor, Sculptor, Dies.”  Oregonian (Portland, Oregon).  September 6, 1950.  2 copies.

Folder 9: Personal/ Biographical - Clippings, 2004Add to your cart.
"Wildlife and Western Heroes: Alexander Phimister Proctor".  Antiques and the Arts Weekly.  June 18, 2004.  (3 copies of entire publication.)
Box Oversize 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Personal/ Biographical - Proctor BusinessAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Personal/ Biographical - Proctor BusinessAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Personal/ Biographical - Proctor Family GenealogyAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Personal/ Biographical - Proctor Family Genealogy - Information from ScotlandAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Personal/ Biographical - Membership Applications to The Society of Colonial WarsAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Writings - "Sculptor In Buckskin" - Book Reviews, 1970-1971Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Art - Indian Warrior aka Indian ChiefAdd to your cart.
(includes 1899 Article from New York Evening Post)
Folder 8: Art - Joliet On Horseback, variousAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Art - McKinley Memorial Lions, variousAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Art - Princeton LionsAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Art - 16th Street Bridge TigersAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: Art - Q Street Bridge BuffaloAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: Art - Oregon PioneerAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: Art - On The Wartrail/ Bronco BusterAdd to your cart.
Folder 15: Art - The Circuit RiderAdd to your cart.
Folder 16: Art - McKnight MemorialAdd to your cart.
Folder 17: Art - Pioneer MotherAdd to your cart.
Folder 18: Art - Robert E. Lee MemorialAdd to your cart.
Folder 19: Art - Other LionsAdd to your cart.
Folder 20: Art - Native American Design ReferenceAdd to your cart.
Folder 21: Catalogues, Magazines - Spur, November 1, 1929Add to your cart.
Folder 22: AP Proctor Marriage Certificates PhotocopiesAdd to your cart.
Box Oversize 3Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Clippings – Italian Royalty Visit to Proctor Studio, 1926Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Columbian ExpositionAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Art - Indian Chief Bust (Jackson Sundown)Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Art - Indian Maiden with FawnAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Art - Theodore Roosevelt, The Rough RiderAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Art - Pioneer Mother GroupAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Art - Til Taylor, The Western SheriffAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Art - MustangsAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Art - LonghornsAdd to your cart.
Box Oversize 4Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Personal PhotographsAdd to your cart.

Includes Canadian Art Club, Art Students league, Taku Glacier

P.242.29

P.242.35

P.242.36

P.242.40

Folder 2: Personal PhotographsAdd to your cart.

P.242.44

P.242.44 (duplicate)

P.242.45

Folder 3: Personal PhotographsAdd to your cart.

Includes Blackfoot Reservation, George de Forrest brush, Rome, General Hugh L. Scott, Bessie Potter Vonnoh

P.242.50

P.242.207 (copy)

P.242.222 (copy)

P.242.250

Folder 4: Personal PhotographsAdd to your cart.

Includes Yosemite

P.242.286

P.242.299

P.242.343 (copy) x 3

Box Oversize 5Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Fawn, 1888Add to your cart.
P.242.414
Folder 2: Columbian Exposition Indian, 1891Add to your cart.

Includes Columbian Exposition Moose, Large Panther Sketch

P.242.416

P.242.423

P.242.427

P.242.428

P.242.429

Folder 3: Stalking Panther, 1891-1901Add to your cart.
P.242.436
Folder 4: Polar Bear, 1892Add to your cart.
P.242.444
Folder 5: Fawn, 1892Add to your cart.
P.242.449
Folder 6: Arab Stallion, 1895Add to your cart.
P.242.464
Folder 7: American Horse, 1895Add to your cart.
P.242.465
Folder 8: Small Buffalo, circa 1897Add to your cart.
P.242.473
Folder 9: Prospect Park Pumas, 1898Add to your cart.

P.242.483

P.242.485

P.242.486

Folder 10: Indian Warrior, 1898Add to your cart.

P.242.491

P.242.492

Unnumbered Photo (P.242.?)

Folder 11: Quadriga, 1900Add to your cart.

P.242.514

P.242.533

P.242.534

P.242.535A

P.242.535B

P.242.535C

P.242.535D

P.242.535E

Folder 12: Primate House, 1901Add to your cart.
P.242.561
Folder 13: Frick Lions, 1902Add to your cart.

P.242.578

P.242.579

P.242.580

P.242.581

P.242.582

P.242.583

Folder 14: Joliet on Horseback, 1904Add to your cart.
P.242.591
Folder 15: Agriculture-St. Louis Exposition, 1904Add to your cart.
P.242.599
Folder 16: Griffins, 1904Add to your cart.

P.242.609

P.242.610

Box Oversize 6Add to your cart.
Folder 1: McKinley Memorial Lions, 1907Add to your cart.
P.242.619
Folder 2: White House Buffalo Heads Mantle, 1907Add to your cart.
P.242.621
Folder 3: Custer Memorial, 1907-1910Add to your cart.

P.242.656

P.242.657

Folder 4: Trumpeting ElephantAdd to your cart.
P.242.662
Folder 5: Princeton TigersAdd to your cart.

P.242.668

P.242.669

Folder 6: 16th Street Bridge TigersAdd to your cart.

P.242.687

P.242.688

P.242.689

Folder 7: Portland Lion Zoo PanelAdd to your cart.
P.242.695
Folder 8: Tarpon LeapingAdd to your cart.

P.242.732

P.242.733

Folder 9: Oregon PioneerAdd to your cart.
P.242.812
Folder 10: Indian Maiden With FawnAdd to your cart.

P.242.828

P.242.829

Folder 11: Bronco BusterAdd to your cart.

P.242.942

P.242.943

P.242.944

Folder 12: Theodore Roosevelt, The Rough RiderAdd to your cart.

P.242.1012

P.242.1038

P.242.1049

P.242.1057

Folder 13: Theodore Roosevelt, The Rough Rider, 1923Add to your cart.

Includes Dr. Henry Waldo Coe, Roosevelt design reference photographs

P.242.1058

P.242.1059

P.242.1061

Folder 14: Pioneer Mother Group, 1923-1927Add to your cart.

Unnumbered Photograph

P.242.1087

P.242.1088

P.242.1128

P.242.1140

P.242.1146

Folder 15: Vanderslice Bust, circa 1927Add to your cart.

P.242.1175

P.242.1176

Folder 16: Til Taylor, The Western Sheriff, 1929Add to your cart.

P.242.1223

P.242.1224

P.242.1227 (duplicate)

Folder 17: McKnight MemorialAdd to your cart.
P.242.1285
Box Oversize 7Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Pioneer Mother, 1934Add to your cart.
P.242.1338
Folder 2: Arlington Bridge Buffalo, 1935Add to your cart.

P.242.1342.1

P.242.1342.2

P.242.1342.3

P.242.1343

Folder 3: Robert E. Lee Memorial, 1936Add to your cart.

Includes Proctor's Studio in Barn

P.242.1349

P.242.1351

P.242.1357

P.242.1370 (duplicate)

P.242.1385 (duplicate)

P.242.1389

P.242.1390

P.242.1394 (duplicate)

P.242.1427

P.242.1434

Folder 4: Mustangs, 1939-1948Add to your cart.

Includes George Holbein

P.242.1480

P.242.1519

P.242.1520

P.242.1520 (copy)

P.242.1521

P.242.1542

P.242.1562 (duplicate)

Folder 5: Longhorns, circa 1950Add to your cart.

Design reference photographs

P.242.1793

P.242.1794

P.242.1847

P.242.1848

P.242.1849

P.242.1850

P.242.1851

P.242.1853

P.242.1854

Folder 6: Other LionsAdd to your cart.
P.242.1907 (duplicate)
Folder 7: Proctor StudioAdd to your cart.
P.242.1921
Folder 8: Native American Reference Photographs, variousAdd to your cart.
P.242.2023
Box Oversize 8Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Scrapbook (P.242.1922)Add to your cart.

P.242.1922.2A

P.242.1922.2B

P.242.1922.2C

P.242.1922.2D

P.242.1922.2E

P.242.1922.2F

P.242.1922.4A

P.242.1922.4B

P.242.1922.4C

P.242.1922.4D

P.242.1922.4E

P.242.1922.4F

P.242.1922.6A

P.242.1922.6B

P.242.1922.6C

P.242.1922.6D

P.242.1922.6E

P.242.1922.8A

P.242.1922.8B

P.242.1922.8C

P.242.1922.10A

P.242.1922.10B

P.242.1922.10C

P.242.1922.10D

P.242.1922.11A

P.242.1922.11B

P.242.1922.12A

P.242.1922.12B

P.242.1922.12C

P.242.1922.12D

P.242.1922.12E

P.242.1922.14A

P.242.1922.14B

P.242.1922.14C

P.242.1922.14D

P.242.1922.14E

P.242.1922.16A

P.242.1922.16B

P.242.1922.16C

P.242.1922.16D

P.242.1922.17A

P.242.1922.17B

P.242.1922.17C

P.242.1922.18A

P.242.1922.18B

P.242.1922.18C

P.242.1922.18D

P.242.1922.18E

Box Oversize 9Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Scrapbook # 1 (P.242.2034), 1914 - 1927Add to your cart.

Newspaper Articles and Accompanying Photographs – Each Page Numbered, with Photographs a subset of the page number.  Only photo numbers listed!  Article titles will be added later.

P.242.2034.1A

P.242.2034.2A

P.242.2034.2B

P.242.2034.2C

P.242.2034.3

P.242.2034.5

P.242.2034.6

P.242.2034.7A

P.242.2034.9

P.242.2034.11A

P.242.2034.11B

P.242.2034.12A

P.242.2034.12B

P.242.2034.18A

P.242.2034.19A

P.242.2034.20A

P.242.2034.21A

P.242.2034.24A

P.242.2034.28A

P.242.2034.28B

P.242.2034.29A

P.242.2034.30

P.242.2034.33A

P.242.2034.33B

P.242.2034.45

P.242.2034.48A

P.242.2034.51A

P.242.2034.51B

P.242.2034.51C

P.242.2034.53

P.242.2034.55A

P.242.2034.55B

P.242.2034.55C

P.242.2034.61

P.242.2034.63A

P.242.2034.63B

P.242.2034.63C

P.242.2034.63D

P.242.2034.63E

P.242.2034.67

P.242.2034.69A

P.242.2034.88A

P.242.2034.105

P.242.2034.108A

P.242.2034.108B

P.242.2034.108C

P.242.2034.110A

P.242.2034.117A

P.242.2034.117B

Box Oversize10Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Scrapbook 2 (P.242.2035)Add to your cart.

Newspaper Articles and Photographs – Each Page Numbered, with Photographs a subset of the page number.  Only photo numbers listed!  Article titles will be added later.

P.242.2035.42A

Box Oversize11Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Scrapbook 3 (P.242.2036)Add to your cart.

P.242.2036.6A

P.242.2036.6B

P.242.2036.7A

P.242.2036.7B

P.242.2036.22A

P.242.2036.24

P.242.2036.26A

P.242.2036.33A

P.242.2036.35A

P.242.2036.36A

P.242.2036.37A

P.242.2036.37B

P.242.2036.37C

P.242.2036.37D

P.242.2036.61A

P.242.2036.72

Box Oversize12Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 3 Large Scrapbooks - photocopies of scrapbooksAdd to your cart.
Copies of Margaret Proctor original scrapbooks.

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[Series 1: Personal / Biographical, 1871-2002],
[Series 2: Correspondence],
[Series 3: Writings],
[Series 4: Diaries, Ledgers, Notebooks],
[Series 5: Art Information Research Files],
[Series 6: Catalogues and Magazines],
[Series 7: Photographs],
[Series 8: Oversize],
[All]


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