Payne, John Barton, 1855-1935
- Existence: 1855-1935
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Item — Multiple Containers
Abstract The collection documents parts of John Barton Payne's varied professional career. It contains correspondence, including letters from President Woodrow Wilson and federal agencies including the White House, Senate, House of Representatives, and Postmaster General, as well letters from Payne's former employer, invitations, letters of thanks, and requests from private entities. The collection also contains photographs from trips that Payne took during his tenure as Secretary of the Interior, most...
Dates: 1881-1938, undated
Item — Box: SC-31 Box 1, Folder: Folder 9, Item: SC31.04.F02.001
Scope and Contents Series level description: This series contains prints from trips that Payne took during his tenure as Secretary of the Interior, most of which were taken at Mt. Washburn in Yellowstone National Park. This series also includes Payne's photo album from a trip to Alaska as part of the Alaskan Engineering Commission (AEC). Most of the photographs in the album are attributed to "HGK."
Dates: July 1920
Item — Box: SC-03 Box 1
Abstract The collection documents the rich history of Richmond’s artistic culture and community in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Drawing upon the legacy of the first Academy of Fine Arts in the United States, founded in Richmond in 1786, the Richmond Academy of Arts was revived in 1930, and records created throughout the organization’s history comprise the majority of the collection. The Academy provided the most cohesive and active arts organization in Richmond before the founding of the...