JHS Folder 2: Art
JHS Folder 2: Art
Documents related to art produced by the African American communities of Jacksonville. These items correspond to Folder 2 of the Viola Muse Collection at the Jacksonville Historical Society.
A discussion of Emerson B. Bryant's artistic talent and a scholarship awarded by Hampton Institute
A discussion of the amateur artist Smart P. Livingston and a description of one of his paintings
Biographical notes for artist Benjamin A. Richardson and a description of one of his works
A description of Harry Hanks's ability in making household furniture with original designs
Biographical notes for the artist Benjamin A. Richardson and a description of one of his works. This document discusses the same topics as Benjamin A. Richardson (1 of 3), but in greater detail.
Notes on Minnie E. Washington, a home economics teacher who created apparel out of crocus bags and wrote a pamphlet titled How to Help Homemakers Solve the Clothing Problem in the Home
A discussion of two paintings by artist John Henry Adams
A biographical sketch of John Henry Adams, painter of biblical subjects as Jesus Before Pilate, The Accused Woman, and Christ and Nicodemus, as well as of a life-size portrait of General W. W. Andrews, Grand Chancellor of Knights of Pythias of…
A second version of the biographical sketch of artist John Henry Adams, painter of Jesus Before Pilate. The first page of this document is physically located in JHS Folder 2, but the second is in JHS Folder 8. The section "Organization of Materials"…
A third version of the biographical sketch of artist John Henry Adams, painter of Jesus Before Pilate
A biographical sketch of Reverend Harden Woodham Stuckey, a blind clergyman, craftsman, and educator
Biographical notes for the artist Benjamin A. Richardson and a description of one of his works. The entire text is crossed out.
A biographical sketch of the artist Harry H. Sutton, Jr., based in part on the information in Notes About Artwork by Harry H. Sutton, Jr.
Notes on the sculptor George H. Leaphart and his work
Notes on work by the artist Thelma Livingston Roberts. The bottom half of the page corresponds to the document Smart P. Livingston (2 of 4).
Notes about the sculptor George H. Leaphart. This document is found on same paper as the apparently unrelated documents Thelma Livingston Roberts, Smart P. Livingston (3 of 3) and Description of Painting of "Indian Chief".
Biographical notes for Smart P. Livingston, with a description of one of his paintings. The first two lines appear to be struck in the original, but we preserve them in both the transcription and reading version, as they are needed to introduce the…
Description of a painting of an "Indian Chief" by an unknown artist, found in the home of Thelma Livingston Roberts. This document occupies the back of the same paper as Thelma Livingston Roberts and Smart P. Livingston (3 of 3), and is written…