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A. Wolfe Davidson (center in bowtie) and others at luncheon, 1965 May 1 Clemson University Libraries Taken during a luncheon at the Wade Hampton Hotel in Columbia, South Carolina celebrating James F. Byrnes' 86th birthday and James F. and Maude Busch Byrnes' 59th wedding anniversary. Davidson's bust of James F. Byrnes was presented during the celebration.
1965-05-01
A. Wolfe Davidson (center) and others, 1981 April Clemson University Libraries On back - Clemson, April 1981
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1981-04
A. Wolfe Davidson (center) with James F. Byrnes (right) and Maude Busch Byrnes, 1965 May 1 Clemson University Libraries Taken after presentation of Davidson's bust of James F. Byrnes during a luncheon at the Wade Hampton Hotel in Columbia, South Carolina celebrating James F. Byrnes' 86th birthday and the Byrnes' 59th wedding anniversary.
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1965-05-01
A. Wolfe Davidson (center) with his mother Chasia Hillman Davidson (left) his older brother Mordechai Davidson (back) and his father Chaim Mayer Davidson, circa 1910 Clemson University Libraries Used as an illustration of his family in A. Wolfe Davidson's unpublished memoir "The Power of Pearls."
A. Wolfe Davidson (left in bowtie), J. W. Gordon Gourlay (right) and others at luncheon, 1965 May 1 Clemson University Libraries Taken during a luncheon at the Wade Hampton Hotel in Columbia, South Carolina celebrating James F. Byrnes' 86th birthday and James F. and Maude Busch Byrnes' 59th wedding anniversary. Davidson's bust of James F. Byrnes was presented during the celebration.
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1965-05-01
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) and Dorothy Davidson McCulloch, 1981 April Clemson University Libraries On back - Clemson, April 1981
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1981-04
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) and Hulan Hall with bust of Jesse Dickson Jewell, circa 1951 Clemson University Libraries Bust created for Georgia Poultry Hall of Fame and presented at a dinner in the Gainesville, Georgia Civic Building where this image was taken.
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) and John E. Johns with clay bust of Johns in Furman University academic regalia, circa 1978 Clemson University Libraries Johns was the president of Furman from 1976 to 1994.
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) and L. D. Whitmire with ceramic bust of Whitmire, 1970 Clemson University Libraries Whitmire was the proprietor of the L. D. Whitmire Wrecker Service in Gainesville, Georgia.
1970
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) and L. Marion Gressette with bust of Gressette, circa 1977 Clemson University Libraries Bust being created for L. Marion Gressette State Office Building in the South Carolina State House complex in Columbia, South Carolina.
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) and L. Marion Gressette with bust of Gressette, circa 1977 Clemson University Libraries Bust being created for L. Marion Gressette State Office Building in the South Carolina State House complex in Columbia, South Carolina.
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) and Solomon Blatt, Sr. in front of bronze bust of Blatt in the South Carolina State House on the day of bust dedication ceremony, 1979 June 29 Clemson University Libraries The bust later was placed in the Solomon Blatt Office Building, part of the South Carolina State House complex in Columbia, South Carolina.
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1979-06-29
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) and Solomon Blatt, Sr. in front of bronze bust of Blatt in the South Carolina State House on the day of bust dedication ceremony, 1979 June 29 Clemson University Libraries The bust later was placed in the Solomon Blatt Office Building, part of the South Carolina State House complex in Columbia, South Carolina. On front - To A. Wolfe Davidson. With my best wishes. Solomon Blatt. Speaker Emeritus, S.C. House of Representatives Barnwell, S.C. June 29, 1979
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1979-06-29
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) and Solomon Blatt, Sr. with clay head of Blatt, circa 1978 Clemson University Libraries Head likely is preliminary for a bronze bust of Blatt created by A. Wolfe Davidson for the Solomon Blatt Office Building, part of the South Carolina State House complex in Columbia, South Carolina.
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) and monument committee member Nat Ashe of HFC Feeds examine model of rooster sculpture, 1976 December Clemson University Libraries Model is preliminary design for 12 foot tall monument honoring state's poultry industry intended for display in Gainesville, Georgia.
1976-12
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) holding check with Myrtle Power behind ceramic bust of Power, 1955 September Clemson University Libraries Myrtle Power of Buford Georgia was a contestant on the television game show The $64,000 Question, although she elected to leave with her $32,000 winnings rather than try for the $64,000 top prize. The people of Buford commissioned Davidson to create a bronze bust of her and he also made this ceramic bust which he presented to her on her last night on the show.
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1955-09
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) with Billy Carter (2nd from right) and others surrounding bronze bust of Jimmy Carter at Georgia Visitor Information Center in Plains, Georgia, 1977 Clemson University Libraries Davidson was not satisfied with this bust and replaced it with a different version in 1978.
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) with Frank Howard and clay bust of Howard, circa 1967 Clemson University Libraries Clay bust is step in the process of creating bronze Frank Howard bust installed in Memorial Stadium at Clemson University in 1969.
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) with Frank Howard and clay bust of Howard, circa 1967 Clemson University Libraries Clay bust is step in the process of creating bronze Frank Howard bust installed in Memorial Stadium at Clemson University in 1969.
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) with another man Clemson University Libraries
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) with bust of Joan Welch as she poses, circa 1955 Clemson University Libraries Other busts visible in background
A. Wolfe Davidson (left) working on bust of Joan Welch as she poses, circa 1955 Clemson University Libraries Other busts visible in background.
A. Wolfe Davidson (right) and Lions Club International President Joseph M. McLoughlin, 1977 Clemson University Libraries On front - Joseph M. McLoughlin Pres. Lions International 1977, Abe Davidson
1977
A. Wolfe Davidson (right) crossing street in Greenville, SC, 1978 October Clemson University Libraries Image appeared in Greenville Piedmont newspaper 11 October 1978.
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1978-10
A. Wolfe Davidson (right) with family at granddaughter Jennifer Burwinkle's bat mitzvah, 1977 May 29 Clemson University Libraries On back - at Knesseth Israel for Jenny's Bat Mitzvah. Front row, left to right - Jess, Hana, A. Wolfe Davidson; Back row, left to right - Edith Davidson Burwinkle, Jennifer Burwinkle, Reb Burwinkle
1977-5-29
A. Wolfe Davidson (right) with man modeling for sculpted head Clemson University Libraries Two paintings in background.
A. Wolfe Davidson (right) working on bust of Jeanet Steckler Dreskin as she poses Clemson University Libraries Working in front of indoor fireplace.
A. Wolfe Davidson (right) working on bust of Jeanet Steckler Dreskin as she poses Clemson University Libraries Working in front of indoor fireplace.
A. Wolfe Davidson (seated far right) and other members of the Gainesville Lions Club with awards received at annual convention, 1980 Clemson University Libraries Seated, left to right - Jim Schwartz, Herman Jones, Wilson Livingston, Eddy Martin, A. Wolfe Davidson. Standing, left to right - Dave Sargent, Bill Banks, Dan Truluck.
1980
A. Wolfe Davidson (standing right) and others watch unveiling of bust of Jesse Dickson Jewell, circa 1951 Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson (far right) and Jesse Dickson Jewell (fourth from right) posing with a bronze bust of Jewell at its unveiling at a dinner in the Gainesville, Georgia Civic Building. Bust was created for Georgia Poultry Hall of Fame.
A. Wolfe Davidson and others near cathedral in Toledo, Spain, circa 1966 Clemson University Libraries On front - Vistas Toledo
A. Wolfe Davidson in his studio, circa 1969 Clemson University Libraries
A. Wolfe Davidson in his studio, circa 1969 Clemson University Libraries
A. Wolfe Davidson in his studio, circa 1969 Clemson University Libraries
A. Wolfe Davidson in studio Clemson University Libraries Materials for glazing ceramics can be seen on the left-hand shelves and worktop.
A. Wolfe Davidson pouring clay slip into plaster mold at The Research Studio artists' colony in Maitland, Florida, circa 1953 Clemson University Libraries Casting a ceramic bust of André Smith, founder of The Research Studio where Davidson was artist in residence.
A. Wolfe Davidson pouring clay slip into plaster mold at The Research Studio artists' colony in Maitland, Florida, circa 1953 Clemson University Libraries Casting a ceramic bust of André Smith, founder of The Research Studio where Davidson was artist in residence.
A. Wolfe Davidson pouring clay slip into plaster mold at The Research Studio artists' colony in Maitland, Florida, circa 1953 Clemson University Libraries Casting a ceramic bust of André Smith, founder of The Research Studio where Davidson was artist in residence. Attached to front - Slip poured into plaster mould.
A. Wolfe Davidson removing ceramic bust of André Smith from plaster mold at The Research Studio artists' colony in Maitland, Florida, circa 1953 Clemson University Libraries Smith was founder of The Research Studio where Davidson was artist in residence. Attached to front - A section of the mould is removed from the casting twenty four hours after the slip was poured in.
A. Wolfe Davidson wearing beret and working on clay bust of a man wearing a hat Clemson University Libraries Next to reference photographs of the subject.
A. Wolfe Davidson with bronze bust of Gordon W. Blackwell in academic regalia with Furman University medallion around his neck, circa 1970 Clemson University Libraries Bust was created for Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina where Blackwell served as president. Paintings by A. Wolfe Davidson in background.
A. Wolfe Davidson with bronze bust of Gordon W. Blackwell in academic regalia with Furman University medallion around his neck, circa 1970 Clemson University Libraries Bust was created for Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina where Blackwell served as president. Paintings by A. Wolfe Davidson in background.
A. Wolfe Davidson with bronze bust of Jimmy Carter at Georgia Visitor Information Center in Plains, Georgia, 1977 Clemson University Libraries Davidson was not satisfied with this bust and replaced it with a different version in 1978. On back - HI! Enjoyed meeting you at the Ga. Chicken cooking contest held in Plains, Ga - a few weeks ago. Look us (Posey and me) up whenever you are "our way." Here is a picture (I had this copy made for you) - very similar to the one in the newspaper. Don't spill your coffee on your sox!! Joanne Mams ... Marietta, Ga.
A. Wolfe Davidson with bronze bust of Stephen Decatur, circa 1980 Clemson University Libraries Bust commissioned by the Decatur (Georgia) Lions Club to be installed on the Roy A. Blount Plaza outside the MARTA station, in downtown Decatur circa 1980.
A. Wolfe Davidson with bust of André Smith, circa 1953 Clemson University Libraries Bust sculpted while Davidson was in residence at The Research Studio, later known as the Maitland Art Center, an artists' colony in Maitland, Florida. founded by Smith.
A. Wolfe Davidson with bust of André Smith, circa 1953 Clemson University Libraries Bust sculpted while Davidson was in residence at The Research Studio, later known as the Maitland Art Center, an artists' colony in Maitland, Florida founded by Smith.
A. Wolfe Davidson with bust of Robert Mills, circa 1964 Clemson University Libraries Bust commissioned by the Kohn and Hennig families for display in the Mills-designed Ainsley Hall Mansion in Columbia, South Carolina.
A. Wolfe Davidson with bust of Stephen Decatur, circa 1980 Clemson University Libraries Bust commissioned by the Decatur (Georgia) Lions Club to be installed on the Roy A. Blount Plaza outside the MARTA station, in downtown Decatur circa 1980. Attached to image - Commodore Stephen Decatur (to be unveiled in Decatur GA.) 27 inches
A. Wolfe Davidson with bust of wife Katherine Harbin Davidson, 1975 Clemson University Libraries Bust created for the John Harrison Hosch Library at Gainesville (Georgia) Junior College.
1975
A. Wolfe Davidson with bust of wife Katherine Harbin Davidson, 1978 Clemson University Libraries Bust created for the John Harrison Hosch Library at Gainesville (Georgia) Junior College.
1978
A. Wolfe Davidson with bust of wife Katherine Harbin Davidson, circa 1975 Clemson University Libraries Bust created for the John Harrison Hosch Library at Gainesville (Georgia) Junior College.
A. Wolfe Davidson with busts in his studio, 1965 Clemson University Libraries Davidson is touching bust of James F. Byrnes. Back row, left to right - busts of Robert Mills, John F. Kennedy, O.C. Aderhold, Lewis Massey. Front row, left to right - busts of Alfred H. Holbrook, Rafe Banks, Bill Scholtz.
1965
A. Wolfe Davidson with busts in his studio, 1965 May Clemson University Libraries Davidson is working on bust of James F. Byrnes. Back row, left to right - busts of Robert Mills, John F. Kennedy, O.C. Aderhold, Lewis Massey. Front row, left to right - busts of Alfred H. Holbrook, Rafe Banks, Bill Scholtz.
1965-05
A. Wolfe Davidson with busts in his studio, 1965 May Clemson University Libraries Davidson is working on bust of James F. Byrnes. Back row, left to right - busts of Robert Mills, John F. Kennedy, O.C. Aderhold, Lewis Massey. Front row, left to right - busts of Alfred H. Holbrook, Rafe Banks, Bill Scholtz.
1965-05
A. Wolfe Davidson with busts in his studio, 1965 May Clemson University Libraries Davidson is working on bust of James F. Byrnes. Back row, left to right - busts of Robert Mills, John F. Kennedy, O.C. Aderhold, Lewis Massey. Front row, left to right - busts of Alfred H. Holbrook, Rafe Banks, Bill Scholtz.
1965-05
A. Wolfe Davidson with casting in process of re-casting stone Thomas Green Clemson statue in bronze, circa 1966 Clemson University Libraries Shown with heat resistant material inside bronze casting.
A. Wolfe Davidson with clay "Brotherhood of the Tiger" statue, circa 1967 Clemson University Libraries Model is preliminary for A. Wolfe Davidson's "Brotherhood of the Tiger" aluminum statue commissioned by Tiger Brotherhood and installed in front of Clemson University's Littlejohn Coliseum in 1969.
A. Wolfe Davidson with clay bust of André Smith, circa 1953 Clemson University Libraries Smith was founder of The Research Studio artists' colony in Maitland, Florida where Davidson was artist in residence.