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Adelia : James Hart's portraits of Adelia Clarissa Neely Chambliss and her mother, Louisa Polk Neely Collier and what they reveal about thier lives and times

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Adelia : James Hart's portraits of Adelia Clarissa Neely Chambliss and her mother, Louisa Polk Neely Collier and what they reveal about thier lives and times

Adelia : James Hart's portraits of Adelia Clarissa Neely Chambliss and her mother, Louisa Polk Neely Collier and what they reveal about thier lives and times

Quelle : FamilySearch

Adelia : James Hart's portraits of Adelia Clarissa Neely Chambliss and her mother, Louisa Polk Neely Collier and what they reveal about thier lives and times

Adelia : James Hart's portraits of Adelia Clarissa Neely Chambliss and her mother, Louisa Polk Neely Collier and what they reveal about thier lives and times

Quelle : FamilySearch

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Hoobler (Tennessee State Museum, Nashville), Marilyn Masler (Memphis Brooks Museum of Art), Dr.


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one of their nineteenth-century specialists, Marilyn Masler, the Associate Registrar at Brooks. Ms. Masler corresponded shortly afterwards, referring me to


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I sent Marilyn Masler an e-mail asking her if it was conceivable that Hervieu could have been


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the back of the canvas. Marilyn Masler has quoted a granddaughter of William A. Chase, one of Hart's sitters (for


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that I had written to Marilyn Masler at the Brooks Museum about this oversight and that she has said that


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6. See Marilyn Masler, Art and Artists in Antebellum Memphis," Tennessee Historical Quarterly (Winter 1998): 223-24.


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Masler, Marilyn. Art and Artists in Antebellum Memphis." Tennessee Historical Quarterly (Winter 1998): 218-35.


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Masler, Marilyn. 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 46