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Collection: Willard Stone Manuscript Collection

Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
1968 Christmas card Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee 5327.841 ink on paper
1970 Willard Stone exhibition opening card Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee 5327.842 ink on paper
Unsigned receipt for seven Stone artworks indicating types of wood and pricing Willard Stone American 5327.549a-b pencil on paper
Finding Aid: Willard Stone
Letter from Stone to Wiesendanger relating story behind a new carving, Lady of Spring, includes sketch Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee 3827.7827-.1
Letter from Stone to Wiesendanger stating has started work on head of Stand Watie and asks if any other historical figures are wanted Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee 3827.7819-.1
Letter from Stone to Gilcrease describing sculpture of a wood carver Willard Stone; , Thomas Gilcrease Native American; Cherokee 3827.7835-.1
Letter from Stone to Gilcrease stating Stone has taken Common Prayer for repair Willard Stone; , Thomas Gilcrease Native American; Cherokee 3827.7837-.1
Letter from Stone to Logan saying he hopes that Gilcrease will consider time spent in building studio as part of year's work Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee 3827.7848-.1
Letter from Stone to Gilcrease about the finish of construction of studio and will now be able to work on bigger sculptures Willard Stone; , Thomas Gilcrease Native American; Cherokee 3827.7849-.1
Letter from Stone to Gilcrease describing a new figure and asking Gilcrease if he likes Stone's subjects or techniques Willard Stone; , Thomas Gilcrease Native American; Cherokee 3827.7859-.1
Letter from Stone to Gilcrease tells of three works delivered to Tulsa. Letter from Gilcrease to Stone tells of travel plans, and therefore will not be able to see Stone. Willard Stone; , Thomas Gilcrease Native American; Cherokee 3827.7842-.1
Letter from Stone to Krakel regarding exhibit in the fair Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee 3827.3364 ink on paper
Letter from Stone to Wiesendanger concerning prices of the two carvings and describing his current projects, including a red clay bust. Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee 3827.7813 pencil on paper
Letter from Stone to Logan about completing two pieces of sculpture for Gilcrease Foundation Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee 3827.7825 pencil on paper
Letter from Stone to Wiesendanger describing land he would like to purchase for studio Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee 3827.7844 pencil on paper
Letter from Stone to Foreman discussing whether to continue carving next year or "forget it" and farm. Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee 3827.7805 pencil on paper
Letter from Wiesendanger to Stone in which Wiesendanger gives approval for project Willard Stone American 3827.7815 ink on paper
Letter from Stone to Wiesendanger describing a carved spoon. Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee 3827.7829 pencil on paper
Letter from Stone to Gilcrease describing several pieces of wood he has found Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee 3827.7850 pencil on paper