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Davidson in his studio Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson in his studio. On back: Mss356_0270
Davidson in his studio Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson in his studio. On back: Mss356_0271
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
Davidson in his studio Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson in his studio. Materials for glazing ceramics can be seen on the left-hand shelves and worktop. On back: Mss356_0255 [A. Wolfe Davidson]
Davidson in his home studio Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson speaking with a man in his studio at his home in Gainesville, GA. On back: Mss356_0279
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Circa 1970
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_0278
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Circa 1970
Davidson with man in his home studio Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson speaking with a man holding a tripod, in Davidson's studio at his home in Gainesville, GA. On back: Mss356_0281
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Circa 1970
Davidson in his home studio Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson in his studio at his home in Gainesville, GA. Clay bust of Robert C. Edwards visible in left background. On back: Mss356_0275
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Circa 1970
Woman sitting in Davidson's studio Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of a woman sitting in A. Wolfe Davidson's studio at his home in Gainesville, GA. Bust of Furman University president Gordon C. Blackwell visible in right background. On back: Mss356_0276
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Circa 1970
Davidson's office at Brenau College Clemson University Libraries Photograph of desk and floor of A. Wolfe Davidson's office at Brenau College, taken while trying to capture the bust of Josiah Crudup. Image taken from a negative.
A. Wolfe Davidson's home studio Clemson University Libraries Photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson's studio at his home in Gainesville, GA. Bust of Furman University president Gordon C. Blackwell visible in center background, flanked by two paintings of Davidson's. On back: Mss356_0277
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Circa 1970
Davidson with a woman in his home studio Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson and a seated woman in his studio at his home in Gainesville, GA. Bust of Furman University president Gordon C. Blackwell visible in right background. On back: Mss356_0280
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Circa 1970
Clay busts in Davidson's home studio Clemson University Libraries Interior shot of A. Wolfe Davidson's studio at his home on Candler Street in Gainesville, GA, showing multiple clay busts in progress, including one of  Robert C. Cook, president of Clemson University (second from left) . Image taken from a negative.
Parade float and cast stone workshop Clemson University Libraries Snapshot taken by A. Wolfe Davidson of the exterior of an industrial building on Atlanta Highway in Gainesville, GA. Davidson used the building both as a studio for working on cast-stone pieces, and as the commercial location of the parade float-building business he ran with Charles Blackwood. The business was established in 1958; the building itself burned down in 1963. On back: Mss356_0864
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circa 1960
Parade float and cast stone workshop Clemson University Libraries Snapshot taken by A. Wolfe Davidson of the exterior of an industrial building on Atlanta Highway in Gainesville, GA. Davidson used the building both as a studio for working on cast-stone pieces, and as the commercial location of the parade float-building business he ran with Charles Blackwood. On back: Mss356_0871; Building on Atlanta Hwy where floats were constructed 1598?-1962; Burned in '63
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circa 1960
Davidson's office at Brenau College Clemson University Libraries Interior shot of A. Wolfe Davidson's office at Brenau College, filled with both completed and in-progress sculpted clay busts, a cast bronze chicken, and two-dimensional artwork. A ceramic bust of John F. Kennedy is visible in the center backgroud, in a corner of the room, with a ceramic bust of Abraha Lincon immediately to its right. Photograph taken during the time Davidson was head of the Art Department at Brenau College. On back: Mss356_0695
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circa 1965
Clay busts in Davidson's home studio Clemson University Libraries Interior shot of A. Wolfe Davidson's studio at his home on Candler Street in Gainesville, GA, showing multiple clay busts in progress, including: Robert C. Cook, president of Clemson University (second from left) and Frank Howard, coach of the Clemson University football team (center). Image taken from a negative.