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Soil Conservation Practices display Clemson University Libraries
Men laying brick around Public Works Administration marker Clemson University Libraries On back: Globe Photo, Inc. Greenville, S.C. Aug 9 1938. Includes negative of same image.
1938-08-09
University Union art exhibit Clemson University Libraries On back: [art exhibit]; Union Art Gallery 8/1/84
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1984-08-01
University Union art exhibit Clemson University Libraries On back: [art exhibit]; Union Art Gallery 8/1/84
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1984-08-01
University Union art exhibit Clemson University Libraries On back: [art exhibit] [Edgar Allan Brown University Union]; Union Art Gallery 8/1/84
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1984-08-01
University Union art exhibit Clemson University Libraries On back: [Edgar Allan Brown University Union] [art exhibit] Union Art Gallery 8/1/84
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1984-08-01
Photo display in Edgar Brown Room Clemson University Libraries On back: [Edgar Brown Room in R.M. Cooper Library]
Exhibition of children's art Clemson University Libraries Exhibit of paintings done by children in an art class taught by A. Wolfe Davidson, outside on the campus of Brenau College. On back: Mss356_0858; [art class]
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circa 1960
Display in Edgar Brown Room Clemson University Libraries UA100_1959; On Back: [Edgar Brown Room in R.M. Cooper Library] [c1971]
Glazed ceramic head, exhibit Clemson University Libraries Male ceramic head, glazed in white. Photograph taken during an exhibition of A. Wolfe Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Untitled, acrylic painting Clemson University Libraries Framed abstract painting in acrylic. Painted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph taken during an exhibition of A. Wolfe Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Exhibit of Davidson's work at Gainesville Junior College Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson in the crowd at an exhibit of his work. The exhibit took place at the library of Gainesville Junior College in the Fall of 1972. On back: Mss356_0306
Cowboy painting Clemson University Libraries Framed acrylic painting depicting a cowboy riding a bucking horse. Painted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. On back: Mss356_0919
Train station painting Clemson University Libraries Framed acrylic painting depicting a train station. Painted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph was taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. On back: Mss356_0920
Cowboy painting, exhibit Clemson University Libraries Framed acrylic painting depicting a cowboy riding a bucking horse. Painted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Vocational Agricultural Group posed in front of Barracks No. 3 Clemson University Libraries Taken at front of Barracks No. 3. Note Cadets in uniform in upper windows. On front  of photograph: Vocational Agricultural Group, Clemson College Agricultural Festival 1934. Group includes-Vocational All Day, Part-time, Evening Class, High School Students and Farmers, Trustees, Teachers, Clemson Student in Vocational Agricultural Education, Teacher Trainers, and College Administrators.
1934
Al and James Adams (bas relief) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic bas relief medallion of Al and James Adams. Sculpted during artist's tenure at Brenau College in Gainesville, GA. On back: [Al and Jane Adams] bas relief medallion
Edgar Brown memorabilia display in R. M. Cooper Library Clemson University Libraries UA100_1952; On Back: [Edgar Brown Room in R.M. Cooper Library] [c1971]
Edgar Brown memorabilia display in R. M. Cooper Library Clemson University Libraries UA100_1951; On Back: [Edgar Brown Room in R.M. Cooper Library] [c1971]
Edgar A. Brown Room in R. M. Cooper Library Clemson University Libraries UA100_1955; On Back: [Edgar Brown Room in R.M. Cooper Library] [c1971]
Edgar Brown memorabilia display in R. M. Cooper Library Clemson University Libraries UA100_1950; On Back: [Edgar Brown Room in R.M. Cooper Library] [c1971]
Display in Edgar Brown Room in R. M. Cooper Library Clemson University Libraries UA100_1958; On Back: [Edgar Brown Room in R.M. Cooper Library] [c1971]
Exhibit of Davidson's work at Gainesville Junior College Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson pointing out a painting at an exhibition of his work. The exhibition took place at the library of Gainesville Junior College in the Fall of 1972. On back: Mss356_0305
Jennifer Burwinkle with painting Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson's eldest granddaughter Jennifer Burwinkle posing with a framed acrylic painting depicting a cowboy riding a bucking horse. Painted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Ceramic portrait medallion, exhibit Clemson University Libraries Ceramic bas-relief portrait medallion of four figures. Sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph taken during an exhibition of A. Wolfe Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Florence Italy, acrylic painting Clemson University Libraries Framed acrylic painting depicting famous landmarks and works of art in Florence, Italy, including Michelangelo's David, Botticelli's Birth of Venus, and the basilica of the Santa Maria del Fiore cathedral. A. Wolfe Davidson visited Florence in 1966. Painted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Exhibit of Davidson's work Clemson University Libraries Interior shot of an exhibition of A. Wolfe Davidson's work, feauturing cast bronzes busts and heads, and ceramic busts and heads. The exhibit took place during Davidson's residency in Gainesville, GA. On back: Mss356_0697
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circa 1970
Greek temples painting Clemson University Libraries Framed acrylic painting depicting multiple ancient Greek temples, including the Parthenon and the Erechtheum. A. Wolfe Davidson visited Greece in 1966. Painted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Exhibit of Davidson's work at Gainesville Junior College Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson with Dr. Joel H. Paul at an exbition of Davidson's work. The exhibit took place at the library of Gainesville Junior College in the Fall of 1972. Dr. Paul was a professor of Political Science and Geography at the college. On back: Mss356_0308
Exhibit of Davidson's work at Gainesville Junior College Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson with Dr. Joel H. Paul at an exbition of Davidson's work. The exhibit took place at the library of Gainesville Junior College in the Fall of 1972. Dr. Paul was a professor of Political Science and Geography at the college. On back: Mss356_0307
Albert Einstein (ceramic) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic bust of Albert Einstein. Einstein's son Hans Albert was friends with the Davidson family. The bust of Einstein now resides at the University of California at Berkeley. Sculpted during the artist's tenure at Brenau College. Photograph taken during an exhibit of A. Wolfe Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Marshall Prevost (bronze) Clemson University Libraries Bronze bust of Marshall B. Prevost cast from clay original, sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, GA. Prevost, a Greenville, SC, native, was an art collector and personal friend of A. Wolfe Davidson. Prevost and Davidson, 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. Photograph taken during an exhibit of Davidson's work in in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Jennifer Burwinkle with bronze of Gordon W. Blackwell Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson's eldest granddaughter Jennifer Burwinkle with bronze bust of Furman University president Gordon W. Blackwell. Medallion on bust depicts Furman University. Sculpted during artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Jennifer Burwinkle with bronze of Gordon W. Blackwell Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson's eldest granddaughter Jennifer Burwinkle with bronze bust of Furman University president Gordon W. Blackwell. Medallion on bust depicts Furman University. Sculpted during artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Lynne, Greg, and Douglas Funkhouser (bas-relief) Clemson University Libraries Bronze bas-relief medallion of the Funkhouser children - Lynne, Greg, and Douglas - cast from clay original. Sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, GA. Photograph taken during an exhibition of A. Wolfe Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Vocational Agricultural Group in front of Barracks No. 3 Clemson University Libraries Taken at front of Barracks No. 3. Note Cadets in uniform in upper windows. Vocational Agricultural Group, Clemson College Agricultural Festival 1934. Group includes-Vocational All Day, Part-time, Evening Class, High School Students and Farmers, Trustees, Teachers, Clemson Student in Vocational Agricultural Education, Teacher Trainers, and College Administrators.
Memorial of the Unknown Jewish Martyr, painting Clemson University Libraries Acrylic painting representing the Memorial of the Unknown Jewish Martyr, a public memorial and tomb in Paris, France, where ashes taken from concentration camps and the Warsaw Ghetto were deposited. The memorial is now part of the Shoah Memorial Holocaust museum. Painted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph taken during an exhibition of A. Wolfe Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Jennifer Burwinkle with bronze of Gordon W. Blackwell Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson's eldest granddaughter Jennifer Burwinkle with bronze bust of Furman University president Gordon W. Blackwell. Medallion on bust depicts Furman University. Sculpted during artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Exhibit of Davidson's work at Gainesville Junior College Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of a man and woman viewing three ceramic busts at an exhibit of A. Wolfe Davidson's work. The exhibit took place at the library of Gainesville Junior College in the Fall of 1972. On back: Mss356_0304
Jennifer Burwinkle with bronze of Marshall Prevost Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson's eldest granddaughter, Jennifer Burwinkle, with a bronze bust of Marshall B. Prevost. Prevost, a Greenville, SC, native, was an art collector and personal friend of Davidson's. Prevost and Davidson, 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. Photograph taken during an exhibit of Davidson's work in in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Marshall Prevost (bronze) Clemson University Libraries Bronze bust of Marshall B. Prevost cast from clay original, sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, GA. Prevost, a Greenville, SC, native, was an art collector and personal friend of A. Wolfe Davidson. Prevost and Davidson, 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. This photograph was taken during an exhibit of Davidson's work in August of 1971. On back: Mss356_0599; [bust of Marshall Prevost]
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1971-08-01
Memorial of the Unknown Jewish Martyr, painting Clemson University Libraries Acrylic painting representing the Memorial of the Unknown Jewish Martyr, a public memorial and tomb in Paris, France, where ashes taken from concentration camps and the Warsaw Ghetto were deposited. The memorial is now part of the Shoah Memorial Holocaust museum. Painted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, Ga. Photograph was taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. On back: Mss356_0886
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1971-08
Davidson with Frank Howard and bust Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson (left) with Frank Howard (right) and in-process clay bust of Frank Howard. Frank Howard was the head football coach and head of the Athletic Department at Clemson University from 1940 to 1969; a bronze bust cast by Davidson would be installed in the West end zone at Clemson Memorial Stadium in 1969. Sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, GA. On back: MSS356_0469, [A.Wolfe Davidson, bust of Frank Howard, Frank Howard] , CLEMSON UNIVERSITY COACH FRANK HOWARD
Edith, Jennifer, Jessica, and Johanna Burwinkle (bas-relief) Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay bas-relief portrait of Edith Burwinkle, A. Wolfe Davidson's younger daughter, and her three daughters Jennifer, Jessica, and Johanna. Sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, GA. Photograph taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Statue of Liberty statuette Clemson University Libraries Ceramic statuette of the Statue of Liberty holding up a small child instead of a torch, while other figures cluster around her. Selection from the poem "The New Colossus" by Emma Lazarus inscribed into base. Photograph taken during an exhibition of A. Wolfe Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Edith, Jennifer, Jessica, and Johanna Burwinkle (bas-relief) Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay bas-relief portrait of Edith Burwinkle, A. Wolfe Davidson's younger daughter, and her three daughters Jennifer, Jessica, and Johanna. Sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, GA. Photograph taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Jennifer Burwinkle with bas-relief of her family Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson's eldest granddaughter Jennifer Burwinkle standing with a sculpted clay bas-relief portrait of her mother, Edith Burwinkle, A. Wolfe Davidson's younger daughter, and Edith's three daughters. Sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, GA. Photograph taken during an exhibition of Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Statue of Liberty statuette, side view Clemson University Libraries Ceramic statuette of the Statue of Liberty holding up a small child instead of a torch, while other figures cluster around her. Selection from the poem "The New Colossus" by Emma Lazarus inscribed into base. Photograph taken during an exhibition of A. Wolfe Davidson's work in 1971. Image taken from a negative.
Albert Einstein (ceramic) Clemson University Libraries Ceramic bust of Albert Einstein. Einstein's son Hans Albert was friends with the Davidson family. The bust of Einstein now resides at the University of California at Berkeley. Sculpted during the artist's tenure at Brenau College; this particular photograph was taken during an exhibit of Davidson's work in August, 1971. On back: Mss356_0397 [bust of Albert Eintstein]
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1971-08-01
Greenville Senior High School students studying 'El Cid' by A. H. Huntington Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson and his art students studying a bronze work, El Cid Campeador, by American sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington. The sculpture is a smaller model of the public work installed at Balboa Park on the Plaza de Panama in San Diego, California; it now resides in Brookgreen Gardens, a botanical garden and sculpture park Huntingon and her husband established in South Carolina in the 1930s. The sculpture was part of an exhibit of Huntington's work at Greenville Senior High School, where Davidson taught a weekly art class from 1936 to 1943. On back: Mss356_0442, Greenville High School, Anna Hyatt Huntington Sculpture
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Circa 1940