Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains drawings of World War II Army Engineer structures and soldiers.
Personal sketchbook of British-born artist Herbert Francis Williams-Lyouns with illustrated spirtual and biblical scenes in pen and pencil inspired by his travels to Palestine, Jerusalem, and Egypt in 1922.
This oral history is about the Nicholson Art League from Evelyn Louise Van Gilder Creekmore. She was interviewed by her daughter, Eleanor Creekmore Dickinson, on November 27, 1987. The interview shares some of the early history of the Nicholson Art League.
This collection features a Popcorn Sutton Folk Art Chest designed by Eric Cunningham in 2017. The box is decorated with an image of a moonshine press and a man.
This collection consists primarily of books from the late Helen Bullard Krechniak's library. Most of these works discuss art and Asian travel. The collection also houses two newspapers contributed by Ross Netherton: a Washington Post covering the capture of Saddam Hussein in December 2003, and a Stars and Stripes insert advertising a national World War II reunion in 2004.