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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]
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]
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
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]
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]
Jacqueline Holbrook with head Clemson University Libraries Jacqueline Holbrook posing with finished ceramic head of herself. On back: Mss356_0462, [Jacqueline Holbrook]
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_0065 [Buris R. Boshell]
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_0061 [Buris R. Boshell]
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_0067 [Buris R. Boshell]
Buris R. Boshell (ceramic) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic portraiture; sculpted head of Dr. Buris R. Boshell. Dr. Boshell was the medical director of the diabetes research hospital at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL. On back: Mss356_0071 [Buris R. Boshell] head sculpture
Lyndon B. Johnson (head) Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay head of Lyndon Baines Johnson, who served as the 36th presidents of the United States. On back: Mss356_0494; [Lyndon B. Johnson sculpted head]
E. Arthur Dreskin (head) Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay head of Dr. Erving Arthur Dreskin, chief pathologist and director of laboratories for the Greenville Hospital System from 1950-1984. Husband to Jeanet Steckler Dreskin. On back: Mss356_0363 [Arthur Dreskin] sculpted head
Young woman sitting for Davidson Clemson University Libraries Young woman posing for A. Wolfe Davidson as he sculpts a clay bust of her. On back: Mss356_0243 [A. Wolfe Davidson]
Margaret Smythe McKissick (bust) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic bust of Margaret Smythe McKissick. On back: Mss356_0535bust of [Margaret Smyth McKissick]
Buris R. Boshell (head) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic portraiture; sculpted clay head of Dr. Buris R. Boshell. Dr. Boshell was the medical director of the diabetes research hospital at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL. On back: Mss356_0074 [Buris R. Boshell] head sculpture
Lyndon B. Johnson (head) Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay head of Lyndon Baines Johnson, who served as the 36th presidents of the United States. On back: Mss356_0496; [Lyndon B. Johnson sculpted head]
Young woman sitting for Davidson Clemson University Libraries Young woman posing for A. Wolfe Davidson as he sculpts a clay bust of her. On back: Mss356_0242 [A. Wolfe Davidson]
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_0069 [Buris R. Boshell] head sculpture
Davidson sculpting bust of woman using wheel Clemson University Libraries Woman sitting for A. Wolfe Davidson as he sculpts her bust using a potters' wheel, in a classroom setting. On back: Mss356_0251 [A. Wolfe Davidson]
Jacqueline Holbrook with head Clemson University Libraries Jacqueline Holbrook posing with finished ceramic head of herself. On back: Mss356_0460, [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_0064 [Buris R. Boshell]
Davidson sculpting Marshall Prevost bust Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson sculpting a clay bust of Marshall Prevost using a wire end tool. Prevost, a Greenville, SC, native, was an art collector and personal friend of A. Wolfe Davidson. According to Davidson's memoir, he and Prevost, along with local artist Margaret Moore Walker, founded the Greenville Fine Arts League in 1935; this would later become the Greenville County Fine Arts Museum. Prevost was the first president of the league, and Davidson its first vice-president. Sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, GA. On back: Mss356_0254 [A. Wolfe Davidson]
Buris R. Boshell (ceramic) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic portraiture; sculpted head of Dr. Buris R. Boshell. Dr. Boshell was the medical director of the diabetes research hospital at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL. On back: Mss356_0070 [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_0075 [Buris R. Boshell with] head sculpture
Portrait photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson with sculptures Clemson University Libraries Posed portrait photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson with various sculptures. On back: Mss356_0258 [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_0062 [Buris R. Boshell]
Barbara, William, and Melissa McDougald (bas relief) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic bas-relief medallion of the McDougald children: Barbara Susan (upper left) , William Thomas (upper right) and Melissa Lorraine (lower center) . On back: Mss356_0530 [Barbara Susan, William Thomas, Melissa Lorraine McDougal bas relief medallion]
Jeanet Steckler Dreskin (bust) Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay bust of Jeanet Steckler Dreskin, a well-known printmaker, painter, and medical illustrator with works in a number of regional and national galleries, including the Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, SC and the Smithsonian Institutes' National Museum of American Art. She was the first person to earn a masters in fine art from the art department at Clemson University. Wife of Dr. E. Arthur Dreskin. On back: Mss356_0364bust of [bust of Jeanet Dreskin]
Buris R. Boshell (ceramic) Clemson University Libraries Slip-cast ceramic head of Dr. Buris R. Boshell. Dr. Boshell was the medical director of the diabetes research hospital at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL. On back: Mss356_0072 [Buris R. Boshell] head sculpture
Buris R. Boshell (head) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic portraiture; sculpted clay head of Dr. Buris R. Boshell. Dr. Boshell was the medical director of the diabetes research hospital at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL. On back: Mss356_0073 [Buris R. Boshell] head sculpture
Jeanet Steckler Dreskin sitting for bust Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson sculpting a clay head of Jeanet Steckler Dreskin as she sits for him. Jeanet Dreskin is a well-known printmaker, painter, and medical illustrator with works in a number of regional and national galleries, including the Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, SC and the Smithsonian Institutes' National Museum of American Art. She was the first person to earn a masters in fine art from the art department at Clemson University. On back: Mss356_0238 [A. Wolfe Davidson]
Jeanet Steckler Dreskin sitting for sculpture Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson sculpting a clay head of Jeanet Steckler Dreskin as she sits for him. Jeanet Dreskin is a well-known printmaker, painter, and medical illustrator with works in a number of regional and national galleries, including the Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, SC and the Smithsonian Institutes' National Museum of American Art. She was the first person to earn a masters in fine art from the art department at Clemson University. On back: Mss356_0252 [A. Wolfe Davidson]
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_0532 [Barbara Susan, William Thomas, Melissa Lorraine McDougal bas relief medallion]
Leon Campbell (head) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic portraiture; sculpted clay head of Leon Campbell, an American football fullback who played for the Baltimore Colts, the Chicago Bears, and the Pittsburgh Steelers. On back: Mss356_0122 [Leon Campbell headsculpture]
Lyndon B. Johnson (head) Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay head of Lyndon Baines Johnson, who served as the 36th presidents of the United States. On back: Mss356_0495; [Lyndon B. Johnson sculpted head]
Man sitting for bust Clemson University Libraries Photograph of a man in glasses sitting with an in-progress sculpted clay bust of himself. On back: Mss356_0679
Two women sculpting in art class Clemson University Libraries Two women sculpting clay heads using potter's wheels in an art class taught by A. Wolfe Davidson at Brenau College. On back: Mss356_0860; [art class]
Glazed ceramic female head Clemson University Libraries Sculpted ceramic head of a woman, shown after being fired in a kiln and glazed in black. On back: Mss356_0762
Male clay bust Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay bust of a man in glasses, measuring 28 inches tall and 20 inches wide. Clay original of bronze bust. On back: Mss356_0689
Close up of male clay bust Clemson University Libraries Close up shot of a sculpted clay bust of a man wearing glasses. Photograph taken outside. On back: Mss356_0692
Unfinished male clay bust Clemson University Libraries In-progress shot of sculpted clay bust of  a man. The hair has been roughed in, but is not complete. On back: Mss356_0681
Clay female head Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay head of an older woman, on a square clay base. On back: Mss356_0770
Young girl posing with bust Clemson University Libraries Photograph of young girl in a long coat posing with a clay bust of herself, outside in the snow on a deck. Palm trees in the background. On back: Mss356_0800
Clay infant head Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay head of an infant with a ruffled collar, on a square clay base. Image taken from a negative.
Clay child bust Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay bust of a young girl with pigtails. On back: Mss356_0767
Young female clay bust Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay bust of a young woman. On back: Mss356_0803