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Paul Bransom Collection

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Collection Overview

Collection Inventory+/-

Content Description

Collection Use

Administrative Information

Subjects

Collection Overview +/-

Title: Paul Bransom Collection
Dates: 1905-1976 (inclusive)
Collection Number: P 009
Summary: .3 linear feet
Repository: Stewart Library Special Collections
Address:
Weber State University
2901 University Circle
Ogden UT 84408

Collection Inventory +/-

item 1: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom in his Canada Lake Studio, 1974. Black and white

item 2: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom in his Canada Lake Studio displaying on of eight handmade drums which he designed, 1974. Black and white

item 3: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom in his New York Studio, 1972. Black and white

item 4: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom and Weber State College artist, professor Farrell Collett in Bransom’s New York Studio, 1972. Black and white

item 5: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom. Color Portrait

item 6: (1905-1976)

Honorary Doctor of Arts Degree, presented to Bransom by Weber State College, as it appeared in his Canada Lake Studio, 1974. Black and white

item 7: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom as recipient of Honorary Doctor of Art Degree at Weber State College. Standing left to right: President of Weber State College, Dr. Joseph Bishop; Paul Bransom; Lawrence T. Dee, recipient of Honorary Doctor of Humanities Degree; and Ambassador Mark Evans Austad, commencement speaker, 1974. Black and white

item 8a: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom as recipient of Honorary Doctor of Art Degree at Weber State College, with President of Weber State College Dr. Joseph Bishop, 1974. Black and white

item 8b: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom as recipient of Honorary Doctor of Art Degree at Weber State College, with Weber State College art professor, Farrel Collett, and Paul Bransom’s niece, Althea Bond, 1974. Black and white

item 9a: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom as recipient of Honorary Doctor of Art Degree at Weber State College, 1974. Black and white

item 9b: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom and Catherine Jacobs at the banquet of the National Society of Arts and Letters Empire State Chapter, New York, 1976. Black and white

item 10a: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom in his New York Studio, [n.d.] Color

item 10b: (1905-1976)

Gathering at the Society of Animal Artists exhibition in the Burr Gallery, New York City, 1960. Black and white (enclosed in correspondence from R. E. Lougheed, May 7, 1963

item 11: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom in his Canada Lake Studio, 1921. Black and white

item 12: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom’s first studio, 1905. Black and white

item 13: (1905-1976)

Dinner party at the Ford Exposition, New York Worlds Fair. Seated left to right from foreground: Mary Paul Welling, Laurance H. Hart, Kathleen Laughlin, D. A. Summers, Mrs. L. H. Hart, Harvey Zorbaugh, Mrs. D. A. Summers, Paul Bransom, Grace Bransom, and Rex Ryan, 1940. Black and white

item 14: (1905-1976)

Paul and Grace Bransom with unidentified group of friends, (ca. 1940). Black and white

item 15: (1905-1976)

Salmagundi Club, New York City, Exterior view, [n.d.] Black and white

item 16: (1905-1976)

Salmagundi Club grand staircase, [n.d.]. Black and white

item 17: (1905-1976)

Salmagundi Club parlor, [n.d.]. Black and white

item 18: (1905-1976)

Salmagundi Club gallery, [n.d.]. Black and white

item 19: (1905-1976)

Salmagundi Club dining hall, [n.d.]. Black and white

item 20: (1905-1976)

Salmagundi Club billiard room, [n.d.]. black and white

item 21a: (1905-1976)

Joe Evans and J. Frank Dobie at Horse Camp, Mazollon Mountains, New Mexico, 1927. Black and white

item 21b: (1905-1976)

J. Frank Dobie and Paul Bransom in the Mazollon Mountains, New Mexico, 1927. Black and white

item 22a: (1905-1976)

Horace M. Albright, author of Oh, Ranger, [n.d.]. Black and white

item 22b: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom and Bob Culwell, superintendent of the Jack London State Historic Park, Glen Ellen, California, displaying plaque with Bransom’s original jacket illustration for London’s, The Call of the Wild, 1970. Color

item 23: (1905-1976)

Paul Bransom and Weber State College artist, professor Farrell Collett in Bransom’s New York Studio, 1972. Black and white

item 24: (1905-1976)

Paul and Grace Bransom, [n.d.]. Black and white

Content Description +/-

A collection of photographs pulled from the Paul Bransom manuscripts collection.

Collection Use +/-

Restrictions on Access:

Open to public research.

Administrative Information +/-

Arrangement:

This collection is arrranged by subject group.

Acquisition Information:

Gift

Processing Note:

This collection was processed by a Special Collections processor.

Creator:

Bransom, Paul

Language:

Collection materials are in English.

Sponsor:

Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008

Quantity:

1 box

Language of the Finding Aid:

Finding guide is in English in Latin script.

Author of the Finding Aid:

Finding aid created by Sarah Langsdon.

EAD Creation Date:

2011

Standard:

Finding aid based on DACS (Describing Archives: A Content Standard).

Subjects +/-

Subject Terms:

Society

Personal Names:

Bransom, Paul

Geographical Names:

Ogden, Utah

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