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Richmond (Va.)

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Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 177 Collections and/or Records:

Cossitt children holding Fabergé vase with tulip, 1967

 Item — Binder SC-07 Photo Archives: Series SC-07-05, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.08.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.08.001
Scope and Contents

Description: A young girl holds the vase of a Fabergé tulip in her hands while a young boy looks on. Other Fabergé pieces, including the Imperial Red Cross Easter Egg, sits on the same table behind the flower. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.

Dates: 1967

Cossitt children viewing Fabergé imperial eggs, 1967

 Item — Binder SC-07 Photo Archives: Series SC-07-05, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.06.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.06.001
Scope and Contents

Description: Two young children look at one another while their hands rest on a table with two Fabergé imperial eggs on it. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.

Dates: 1967

Cousin Raymond ?, Sonny and Hughes, ? Hobson, Dec. 1979

 Item — Box VA-04 Box 26: Series VA-04-03, Item: VA04.03.3.015.T1
Identifier: VA04.03.3.015.T1
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection's inclusive dates are 1945-2005, with the bulk of the material dating from the 1960s-1990s. The collection is comprised of correspondence, ephemera, publications, negatives, contact sheets, slides, prints, and photographic equipment.

Dates: Dec. 1979

"Czarist Treasures to be seen in the Lobby of the Jefferson Hotel," Richmond Times-Dispatch (2 copies), Apr. 24, 1932

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 2: Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-04; Series SC-07-05, Folder: 15, Item: SC07.04.0.002
Identifier: SC07.04.0.002
Scope and Contents Transcription: Czarist Treasures to Be Seen In the Lobby of Jefferson HotelPart of $500,000 Collection Is Removed From Thalhimer's Store Under Heavy Police Guard; Interesting Relics Attract AttentionCzarist treasures, including personal possessions of Catherine the Great, a bracelet of "Titiana," the young grand duchess murdered by the Bolshevists, and pictures of the Grand Duke Boris, "handsomest officer of the Imperial Russian Army," were taken yesterday from the...
Dates: Apr. 24, 1932

Dad, Aunt Beck and Uncle Jim, undated

 Item — Box VA-04 Box 26: Series VA-04-03, Item: VA04.03.3.024.T1
Identifier: VA04.03.3.024.T1
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection's inclusive dates are 1945-2005, with the bulk of the material dating from the 1960s-1990s. The collection is comprised of correspondence, ephemera, publications, negatives, contact sheets, slides, prints, and photographic equipment.

Dates: undated

Dad in Barber Shop (Billy Cutting Hair), Sep. 1979

 Item — Box VA-04 Box 26: Series VA-04-03, Item: VA04.03.3.014.T1
Identifier: VA04.03.3.014.T1
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection's inclusive dates are 1945-2005, with the bulk of the material dating from the 1960s-1990s. The collection is comprised of correspondence, ephemera, publications, negatives, contact sheets, slides, prints, and photographic equipment.

Dates: Sep. 1979

Design in Scandinavia: An Exhibition of Objects for the Home from Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Jan. 15-Feb. 14, 1954

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1954.001
Identifier: RG23.06.1954.001
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Jan. 15-Feb. 14, 1954

Douglas Wallace, 1994

 Item — Box VA-04 Box 61: Series VA-04-03, Item: VA04.03.1.192.P1
Identifier: VA04.03.1.192.P1
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection's inclusive dates are 1945-2005, with the bulk of the material dating from the 1960s-1990s. The collection is comprised of correspondence, ephemera, publications, negatives, contact sheets, slides, prints, and photographic equipment.

Dates: 1994

Douglas Wallace, 1994

 Item — Box VA-04 Box 61: Series VA-04-03, Item: VA04.03.1.192.P2
Identifier: VA04.03.1.192.P2
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection's inclusive dates are 1945-2005, with the bulk of the material dating from the 1960s-1990s. The collection is comprised of correspondence, ephemera, publications, negatives, contact sheets, slides, prints, and photographic equipment.

Dates: 1994

Douglas Wallace, 1994

 Item — Box VA-04 Box 61: Series VA-04-03, Item: VA04.03.1.192.P3
Identifier: VA04.03.1.192.P3
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection's inclusive dates are 1945-2005, with the bulk of the material dating from the 1960s-1990s. The collection is comprised of correspondence, ephemera, publications, negatives, contact sheets, slides, prints, and photographic equipment.

Dates: 1994

Douglas Wallace, 1994

 Item — Box VA-04 Box 25: Series VA-04-03, Item: VA04.03.1.192.T1
Identifier: VA04.03.1.192.T1
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection's inclusive dates are 1945-2005, with the bulk of the material dating from the 1960s-1990s. The collection is comprised of correspondence, ephemera, publications, negatives, contact sheets, slides, prints, and photographic equipment.

Dates: 1994

Drawings and Paintings of Charles Dana Gibson, Mar. 9-29, 1943

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1943.005
Identifier: RG23.06.1943.005
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Mar. 9-29, 1943

Edgar Degas 1834-1917: Original Wax Sculptures, Mar. 16-Apr. 29, 1956

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1956.008
Identifier: RG23.06.1956.008
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Mar. 16-Apr. 29, 1956

Exhibition of Art of the Armed Forces, Jun. 1-Jul. 1, 1944

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1944.009
Identifier: RG23.06.1944.009
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Jun. 1-Jul. 1, 1944

Exhibition of Masks, Oct. 23-Nov. 17, 1943

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1943.016
Identifier: RG23.06.1943.016
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Oct. 23-Nov. 17, 1943

Exhibition of Oriental Rugs, Mar. 17-Apr. 15, 1945

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1945.005
Identifier: RG23.06.1945.005
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Mar. 17-Apr. 15, 1945

Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture by the Art Departments of Virginia Colleges, May 6-21, 1944

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1944.007
Identifier: RG23.06.1944.007
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: May 6-21, 1944

Exhibition of Steuben Glass, Oct. 29-Nov. 30, 1938

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1938.008
Identifier: RG23.06.1938.008
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Oct. 29-Nov. 30, 1938

Gari Melchers: A Memorial Exhibition of His Work, Jan. 17-Feb. 28, 1938

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1938.001
Identifier: RG23.06.1938.001
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Jan. 17-Feb. 28, 1938

Gilbert Stuart, Dec. 1, 1944-Jan. 14, 1945

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1944.016
Identifier: RG23.06.1944.016
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Dec. 1, 1944-Jan. 14, 1945

[Harry?] Robertson, Docent and Studio Instructor, holding Fabergé rabbit pitcher, Mar. 23, 1959

 Item — Binder SC-07 Photo Archives: Series SC-07-05, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.05.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.05.001
Scope and Contents

Description: A young girl smiles as a museum guard presents her with Faberge's rabbit pitcher. She holds another open Fabergé egg in her hands while another guard looks on. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.

Dates: Mar. 23, 1959

Headquarters, The Soldiers Home, Richmond, Va., [1907]

 Item — Box SC-21 Box 1: Series SC-21-01; Series SC-21-02, Item: SC21.01.2.002
Identifier: SC21.01.2.002
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection’s inclusive dates are 1885-1958, with the bulk of the material dating from 1885-1937. The collection is comprised of photographs, postcards, reunion ribbons, press clippings, and a guest register.

Dates: [1907]

Henrietta Lloyd Near, State Services Assistant, cleaning the flowers in the gallery case, June 26, 1956

 Item — Binder SC-07 Photo Archives: Series SC-07-05, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.10.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.10.001
Scope and Contents

Description: Museum staffer Henrietta Near uses a short-handled wide brush to clean Fabergé flowers in an exhibition case.

Dates: June 26, 1956

Henrietta Lloyd Near, State Services Assistant, cleaning the flowers in the gallery case, June 26, 1956

 Item — Binder SC-07 Photo Archives: Series SC-07-05, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.04.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.04.001
Scope and Contents

Description: Museum staffer Henrietta Near uses a long-handled narrow brush to clean Fabergé flowers in an exhibition case.

Dates: June 26, 1956

Illuminated Manuscripts and Incunabula, Jan. 16-Feb. 10, 1943

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1943.002
Identifier: RG23.06.1943.002
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Jan. 16-Feb. 10, 1943

In Memoriam - Robert Loftin Newman and Jerome Myers, Jan. 26-Feb. 27, 1942

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1942.002
Identifier: RG23.06.1942.002
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Jan. 26-Feb. 27, 1942

Jean Hélion and Pierre Daura, May 12-30, 1942

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1942.007
Identifier: RG23.06.1942.007
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: May 12-30, 1942

Letter, Jan. 27, 1921-Feb. 19, 1932, undated

 Item — Box SC-31 Box 1: Series SC-31-02; Series SC-31-03; Series SC-31-04; Series SC-31-01, Folder: Folder 2, Item: SC31.01.F02.004
Identifier: SC31.01.F02.004
Scope and Contents

Series level description: This series contains Payne's professional correspondence, including letters from President Woodrow Wilson, invitations, and one Christmas Card. The majority of the correspondence is from Federal Agencies including: The White House, United States Senate, The House of Representatives, and The Post Master General. Correspondence also includes letters from Payne's former employer, as well as letters of thanks, and requests from private entities.

Dates: Jan. 27, 1921-Feb. 19, 1932, undated

Letter, Jan. 27, 1921-Feb. 19, 1932, undated

 Item — Box SC-31 Box 1: Series SC-31-02; Series SC-31-03; Series SC-31-04; Series SC-31-01, Folder: Folder 2, Item: SC31.01.F02.005
Identifier: SC31.01.F02.005
Scope and Contents

Series level description: This series contains Payne's professional correspondence, including letters from President Woodrow Wilson, invitations, and one Christmas Card. The majority of the correspondence is from Federal Agencies including: The White House, United States Senate, The House of Representatives, and The Post Master General. Correspondence also includes letters from Payne's former employer, as well as letters of thanks, and requests from private entities.

Dates: Jan. 27, 1921-Feb. 19, 1932, undated

Letter, Jan. 27, 1921-Feb. 19, 1932, undated

 Item — Box SC-31 Box 1: Series SC-31-02; Series SC-31-03; Series SC-31-04; Series SC-31-01, Folder: Folder 2, Item: SC31.01.F02.006
Identifier: SC31.01.F02.006
Scope and Contents

Series level description: This series contains Payne's professional correspondence, including letters from President Woodrow Wilson, invitations, and one Christmas Card. The majority of the correspondence is from Federal Agencies including: The White House, United States Senate, The House of Representatives, and The Post Master General. Correspondence also includes letters from Payne's former employer, as well as letters of thanks, and requests from private entities.

Dates: Jan. 27, 1921-Feb. 19, 1932, undated