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Henry L. A. Culmer papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Henry L. A. Culmer papers (1901-1973) consist of the personal and professional papers of H. L. A. Culmer (1854-1914), a well-known Utah artist remembered for his portrayals of Utah and the intermountain states. Included are biographies, diaries, articles, correspondence, theater programs, and music compositions.
 
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Constance Luprille Dillon papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Constance Luprille Dillon papers consists of personal files pertaining to her work as an artist. She focused on watercolor and was active in the art community in Salt Lake City, Utah.
 
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James Taylor Harwood papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The James Taylor Harwood papers (1892-2001) consist of original and photocopied materials pertaining to Harwood (1960-1940), his artistic profession, and his personal life. Included in the collection are works of art, correspondence, biographical information, poetry, exhibition catalogs, diaries, notebooks, news articles, and other materials.
 
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Johan Henri Moser papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Johan Henri Moser papers (1941-1960s) consist of Moser's autobiography, articles typed from local newspapers, and a letter concerning an exhibition of Moser's artwork.
 
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George Martin Ottinger papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The George Martin Ottinger papers (1833-1899) contain Ottinger's journal, and other related items. The collection contains two drafts of a brief summary of Ottinger's journal, "Pioneer Artist of Utah." There is also an account of an experience Ottinger had aboard ship, "A Strange Dream and What Came of It." The collection also holds a photocopy of 1863 Pennsylvania Militia discharge papers of Ottinger's brother, John Morris Ottinger. The final part to the collection contains George M. Ottinger's journal, which is 287 pages in length and covers the years 1833-1899.

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