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|Statement||[by Jerome Irving Smith, chief librarian].|
|Contributions||Smith, Jerome Irving.|
|LC Classifications||Z733 .R635 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||75312667|
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Some 20 letters and documents in the Robert Hudson Tannahill Research Library of Greenfield Village and the Henry Ford Museum reveal various aspects of the character and career of George Washington. Robert Hudson Tannahill Research Library / by Jerome Irving Smith.
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Find Robert Hudson Tannahill Research Library by Smith, Jerome Irving (chief librarian) - COVID Update September 9, Biblio is open and shipping orders. Description A Catalogue issued on the occasion of the exhibition A Collector's Treasure: the Tannahill Bequest." etc(5 illus) Henry Moore.
Listing and illustrations of two Drawings and three Sculptures There is a list-mention of Moore by Ellen SHARP in the text The Watercolors and Drawings. A taste for modernism: Robert Hudson Tannahill's compatriots and colleagues / Karen Wilkin --Robert Hudson Tannahill and Duncan Phillips: collectors and patrons / Stephen Bennett Phillips --Robert Hudson Tannahill: some personal reminiscences / Charles H.
Sawyer. Robert Hudson Tannahill (April 1, – Septem ) was a Detroit art collector and benefactor. Biography. Tannahill was a nephew of department store magnate Joseph Lowthian Hudson and a cousin of Eleanor Clay Ford, wife of Henry Ford's only son Edsel. He was the only son of Robert Blyth Tannahill and Anna Elizabeth Hudson.
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Ppi Scandate. Abstract: The history of patronage and collecting in early twentieth-century America has received relatively little attention from art historians, and one of the most consistently overlooked figures in the history of art of this period is the philanthropist, the private individual devoted to the public support of the arts.
The dissertation focuses upon one such figure, Robert Hudson Tannahill. Common Subjects Search for books published by Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum subjects Catalogs, American Manuscripts, Education, History, Hooked Rugs, Manuscripts, Robert Hudson Tannahill Research Library.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The Robert Hudson Tannahill bequest to the Detroit Institute of Arts; a catalogue issued on the occasion of the exhibition "A collector's treasure: the Tannahill bequest", May Aug in SearchWorks catalog.
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Jerome Irving Smith, chief librarian of the Robert Hudson Tannahill Research Library of the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, has written an informative pamphlet about the library.
The booklet lists the library's eight major divisions, explains the reasons for them, points out items of note in them, and names collectors whose material. Research Library & Archives; Events. We're more than a museum. Discover what’s happening at your DIA.
Bequest of Robert H. Tannahill: Accession Number: Department: American Art before Not On View: Bust United States Tannahill, Robert Hudson.
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In the collection of the Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum, Robert Hudson Tannahill Research Library, Dearborn, Michigan.
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Woods. detroit institute of arts. Artist Diego Rivera, 8 Dec - 24 Nov Sitter Robert Hudson Tannahill, - Date Type Painting Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions cm x cm (34 3/4" x 27 1/2"), Estimate.
Robert Tannahill (June 3, – ) was a Scottish poet of labouring class origin. Known as the 'Weaver Poet', he wrote poetry in English and lyrics in Scots in the wake of Robert Burns. Robert Hudson Tannahill (), American art collector and benefactor from Detroit Prof.
Carol Elizabeth Tannahill O.B.E., British Director for Glasgow Centre for Population Health and Chief Social Policy Adviser for Scottish Government, was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire on 8th Junefor services to Public. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers.
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The son of Robert Blyth Tannahill and Elizabeth Hudson (sister of J. Hudson), Mr. Tannahill enthusiastically supported the museum for more than 40 years. He was an honorary curator of American art, a trustee of the DIA Founders Society and a member of the City of Detroit Arts Commission.
An ardent and knowledgeable collector, he donated IRS filing requirement. This organization is required to file an IRS Form or EZ. Sign in or create an account to view Form(s) forand Robert M Tannahill, Jr was born circaat birth place, Texas, to Robert L Tannahill and Ida J Tannahill.
Robert had 5 siblings: Anna L Tannahill, Katheryn M Tannahill and 3 other siblings. Robert lived inat address, Texas. A prime example is Robert Hudson Tannahill, for whom she began to work in the late s.
Courtesy of Detroit Institute of Arts Research Library & Archives. RESEARCH LIBRARY The library acquired books through purchase, gift or exchange, totaling $9, value.
In addition, 97 periodicals were received, 94 titles were catalogued, as were slides; and people registered in the library. Over art-related telephone inquiries wrere re-ceived.
Rentals and staff use of slides indicate a. Tannahill’s great uncle was the Scottish poet and songwriter Robert Tannahill (), who was a near contemporary of Scotland’s best-known poet and lyricist, Robert Burns.
For many Detroiters, Tannahill’s middle name rings a familiar if nostalgic bell, because he was the nephew of Joseph Lowthian Hudson, founder of the celebrated but. Robert Tannahill. saw the th anniversary of the death of the great Paisley poet Robert Tannahill.
Surpassed only by Burns in terms of fame throughout Scotland, Tannahill was born on 3rd June, at 32 Castle Street, Paisley. He was. Beal said those pieces are among the most significant in a collection of pieces of art bequeathed to the DIA by Robert Hudson Tannahill inwho stated in.
An original Ross catalogue is included in the Carl Drepperd Collection of Early American Business Records in the Robert Hudson Tannahill Research Library.
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Robert Hudson Tannahill, one of the DIA's foremost patrons and an heir to the Hudson's department store fortune, left works to the museum upon his death, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin. Robert Tannahill Novem THE economy of Scotland's largest town will be boosted by £88m if it succeeds in being named UK City of Culture in 1.
↑ For example, the legally binding terms of the great Tannahill bequest of were explicit that if a single one of the works gifted by Robert Hudson Tannahill were to be sold then the entire collection should, by the terms of the will, be given to another museum.Tannahill, Robert Hudson.
Detroit Institute of Arts. Collection Title. Diego Rivera at The Detroit Institute of Art Photographs. On Exhibit. By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center. Object ID. Credit. From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Material. Paper (Fiber product).