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Taylor family


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Anna Heyward Taylor papers

Identifier: SCL-MS-MS-15386
Scope and Contents Anna Heyward Taylor, well-known for her water colors and wood block prints, received professional art training from William Merritt Chase in New York amd B.J.O. Norfeldt in New England. She stidued the works of classical printmakers in Japan and developed an appreciation for textile art. She traveled extensively, includeing trips to Asia, Europe, British Guiana, the Virgin Islands, and Mexico. During her travels, she wrote letters home that detailed her experiences and...
Dates: 1886 - 1992

Singleton Family papers

Identifier: SCL-MS-5176
Scope and Contents Chiefly correspondence, business records, and estate papers of Richard Singleton (1776-1852), including letter, 10 April 1823, from "Parson" Mason Locke Weems (Charleston, S.C.) to Richard Singleton (High Hills, Sumter District, S.C.), re mention of a box of books that Singleton had ordered, writing that he "took the liberty to place a little pamphlet of my own scribbling, just reprinted here a day or two ago. It is popular and Judge Waties who sat on the bench when the Heroine of this...
Dates: 1750-10-25 - 1956

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