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Scrapbook of sketches and drawings, most unsigned. Disbound. Pencil, pen-and-ink and watercolor

From: Edward Meyer Kern and Richard H. Kern papers

Scrapbook of sketches and drawings, most unsigned. Disbound. Pencil, pen-and-ink and watercolor

From: Edward Meyer Kern and Richard H. Kern papers

Call Number:
Alternate Title:
Quis ut Deus
Creator: Kern, Richard H., 1821-1853
Other Creator: 160013
Languages:
Date: 1701
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Physical Description:
1 l. : color illustration ; approximately 18.8 x 14.2 cm.
Host Note:
The papers contain journals, notebooks, drawings and maps, documents and correspondence which document the activities of Edward and Richard Kern in the West and the Pacific from 1845-1860. A journal and a notebook document Edward Kern's participation in Fremont's third expedition to California; and a journal, a logbook, drawings, two maps and a letter document Edward's participation in the Northern Pacific Exploring Expedition in 1853-1856. A scrapbook of unsigned preliminary sketches and drawings by either Edward or Richard Kern document the time spent by both in New Mexico, and feature drawings of New Mexico, Mexico, and Arizona. Five notebooks attributed to Richard contain similar preliminary sketches and drawings. The correspondence includes a letter from brother-in-law William B. Wolfe who describes Richard's death in the Gunnison Massacre in 1853.
Box:
Box 3
Folder:
Folder 50
Volume/Enumeration:
55a
Rights:
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Source Digital Format:
High Resolution (image/tiff)
Object ID: 10000686
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