A. Wolfe Davidson with Kevin McCullochClemson University LibrariesSnapshot of sculptor A. Wolfe Davidson holding his grandson, Kevin McCulloch, son of Davidson's elder daughter Dorothy McCulloch. Image taken from negative. On back: Mss356_0979n-0980n
Acrylic cityscape paintingClemson University LibrariesFramed acrylic paintings depicting an expressionist cityscape. Image taken from a negative.
Acrylic modern architecture paintingClemson University LibrariesFramed acrylic painting depicting a building with modern architecture, possibly an auditorium. Painted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Image taken from a negative.
Alexander S. Salley (plaster)Clemson University LibrariesPlaster bust of Alexander Samuel Salley, the first secretary of the South Carolina State Historical Commission - now known as the South Carolina Historical Society. A. Wolfe Davidson sculpted Salley during a trip to Charleston over the winter of 1935-6. The bust was donated to the Historical Society in 2005 to mark the organization's centennial; it is now part of their permanent collection. On back: Mss356_0613; [bust of Elexander S. Salley]
Armistice Day event (six views)Clemson University LibrariesArmistice Day date unknown. On back of photograph: Clemson University - Pictures - Events. Plaque in image left center and bottom was dedicated Nov. 11, 1921; later relocated from original location in Memorial Grove to beside President's Rotunda in Presidents Park.
Backyard of Davidson homeClemson University LibrariesSnapshot of a snow covered swing-set in the backyard of the Davidson family home on Candler Street in Gainesville, GA. Cast-stone clown sculpture by A. Wolfe Davidson can be seen in center background. Image taken from a negative.