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Barbara, William, and Melissa McDougald (bas relief) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic bas-relief medallion of the McDougal children: Barbara Susan (upper left) , William Thomas (upper right) and Melissa Lorraine (lower center) . On back: Mss356_0531 [Barbara Susan, William Thomas and Melissa Lorraine McDougal bas relief medallion]
"The Pearls" memoir cover Clemson University Libraries Conceptual cover art for A. Wolfe Davidson's unpublished memoir "The Power of Pearls," painted by Davidson and featuring portraits of Chasia Hillman Davidson, his mother, and Zalmon Hillman, his maternal grandfather. On back: Mss356_0577
Bronze head of a man Clemson University Libraries Sculpted head of a man cast in bronze, with a bronze base. On back: Mss356_0269
Jacqueline Holbrook with head Clemson University Libraries Jacqueline Holbrook posing with finished ceramic head of herself. On back: Mss356_0461, [Jacqueline Holbrook]
Buris R. Boshell (head) Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay head of Dr. Buris R. Boshell, prior to being fired. Dr. Boshell was the medical director of the diabetes research hospital at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL. On back: Mss356_0068 [Buris R. Boshell] head sculpture
Buris R. Boshell with sculpted head Clemson University Libraries Photograph of Dr. Buris R. Boshell posing with completed sculpted clay head of himself. Dr. Boshell was the medical director of the diabetes research hospital at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL. On back: Mss356_0066 [Buris R. Boshell]
Davidson in his home studio Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson in his studio at his home in Gainesville, GA. On back: Mss356_0259
Portrait photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson Clemson University Libraries Portrait photograph of sculptor A. Wolfe Davidson. On back: Mss356_0224 [A. Wolfe Davidson]
Buris R. Boshell with head (composite) Clemson University Libraries Composite image made from a photograph of the sculpted clay head of Dr. Buris R. Boshell (right) pasted on top of a photograph of Dr. Boshell in person (left) . Dr. Boshell was the medical director of the diabetes research hospital at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL. On back: Mss356_0076 [Buris R. Boshell with] head sculpture
Portrait of Stephen Decatur Clemson University Libraries Reference photograph of a portrait of Stephen Decatur, painted by the American neoclassicist painter John Vanderlyn in 1815. On back: Mss356_0362portrait of [Stephen Decatur]
Man on donkey (snapshot) Clemson University Libraries Travel snapshot of a man riding a donkey, with mudbrick structures in the background. Intended for illustrative use in A. Wolfe Davidson's memoir "The Power of Pearls."On back: Mss356_0593; [illustration from The Power of Pearls]
Rooster sculpture for Georgia Poultry Federation Clemson University Libraries Orange-painted sculpture made of wood boards carved in the outlines of a rooster, a chicken, three eggs, and the state of Georgia. Made as a preparatory study before finalizing the design. Made for the Georgia Poultry Federation, located in Gainesville, GA. On back: Mss356_0425 [Georgia Poultry Federation]
Davidson with bust of Ibra C. Blackwood Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson with ceramic bust of Ibra C. Blackwood, Governor of South Carolina (1931-1935) . The sculpture was completed during the winter of 1935-6 in Charleston, SC, and resides in the South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Museum. On back: [A. Wolfe Davidson with bust ofIra C. Blackwood]
James C. Littlejohn (ceramic) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic sculpture of James C. Littlejohn, the long-time business manager of Clemson College. A bronze version of this statue sits outside the entrance to the Littlejohn Coliseum at Clemson University. On back: Mss356_0514; [bust of James C. Littlejohn]
Rooster sculpture for Georgia Poultry Federation Clemson University Libraries Wooden sculpture of a rooster on a mockup platform. Made for the Georgia Poultry Federation, located in Gainesville, GA. On back: Mss356_0420 [Georgia Poultry Federation]
Thomas G. Clemson statue (bronze) Clemson University Libraries Exterior shot of bronze statue of Thomas G. Clemson, in situ in front of Tillman Hall. On back: Mss356_0189 [Thomas Clemson statue]
Buris R. Boshell with head (composite) Clemson University Libraries Composite image made from a photograph of the sculpted clay head of Dr. Buris R. Boshell (right) pasted on top of a photograph of Dr. Boshell in person (left) . Dr. Boshell was the medical director of the diabetes research hospital at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL. On back: Mss356_0063 [Buris R. Boshell]
Henry Ford (statuette) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic statuette of Henry Ford, fired from clay original. On back: Mss356_0402 [sculpture of Henry Ford]
Chasia H. Davidson (oil painting) Clemson University Libraries Painted portrait of Chasia Hillman Davidson, A. Wolfe Davidson's mother who emigrated with him to the United States in 1922. Intended for illustrative use in Davidson's memoir "The Power of Pearls."On back: Mss356_0589; [illustration from The Power of Pearls]
A. Wolfe Davidson with man Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson speaking to a man in a tie. On back: Mss356_0300