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General Description: This medal was awarded to Louis Guillaume Charles Busson, known as Charles Busson (1822-1908), for serving as the vice-president of the painting jury for the Society of French Artists. He served on this jury with Cabanel and Bonnat. Busson was a French painter best known for his landscapes. He was father of George Louis Charles Busson (1859-1933), who also became a significant French painter. Charles exhibited widely and was often decorated, including becoming a Knight ...
This self portrait was painted by Sarah Hatfield in 2018. The artist's statement about this piece reads: "Requiring adoration to foster confidence and security keeps me from ever truly knowing myself. I find affirmation in intimate moments, opening up to people in a physical way that I cannot express through words. My dependency on people I love becomes apparent when I can no longer see them as a separate entity. Layers of paint accumulate as I try to discern between what I know of myself and...
This cut paper collage was created by Erin Harmon in 2013. The collage is gouache on paper that was cut or torn into nearly 500 pieces and collaged to show a whimsical landscape and an abstract rainbow. The collage is mounted on black paper and housed in a black frame under Plexiglas. Professor Erin Harmon was raised in the suburbs of southern California where the natural desert is sated by hundreds of miles of aqueducts to produce obsessively groomed lawns. After graduating from San Diego St...
In this letter Passie Roberts is writing W. M. Farrington to see if she can receive compensation for the cotton tax.
In this letter Asa. A Low is writing W. M. Farrington in response to the newspaper ad listing people who might be able to receive compensation for the cotton tax.
In this letter Myrtle Taylor is writing W. M. Farrington to inquire into whether or not his mother would be able to get the cotton tax money back in the name of James Taylor.
In this letter the war secretary writes Topp and Vance on the subject of cotton taken by the United States army. He informs them that all the records of this have been sent to the House of Representatives.
In this letter unreadable sender writes Robertson Topp to inquire into the cotton tax bill.
In this letter Granville Lewis is writing Robertson Topp to say he heard about the tax bill in congress. He continues to discuss the bill throughout the letter.
In this letter James Bond (could be misspelling) is writing to Robertson Topp to inquire into the status of Topp's attempt to get the cotton tax money back via congress.
Some highlighted collections:
- Campus Life Images, beginning in the 1920's
- Farnsworth Shakespeare Print Collection and the Hanson Collection's Famous Bibles and Famous Books
- Art & Art History Department Faculty Image Collection
- URCAS Projects, collection of undergraduate research
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Non-current records of the College of enduring or legal value.
College periodicals, journals, and newspapers.
Images from the College Archives and Rhodes community.
Current and historical regional materials of scholarly value.
Course catalogues, founding documents, charters.
Rare and unique materials from the College Archives and Special Collections.
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