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Collection: Willard Stone Manuscript Collection

Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Letter from Stone to Gilcrease describing difficulty working with clay in hot weather, finding a source for wood in New York and wood is best medium for sculpture Thomas Gilcrease, Willard Stone Native Americans, Cherokee 3827.7863-.1
Carbon copy of Dean Krakel's reply, mentions "Our Sales Desk" Willard Stone American 3827.3363 ink on paper
Letter from Wiesendanger to Stone, asking for additional small statues Willard Stone American 3827.7817 ink on paper
Letter from Stone to Wiesendanger concerning possible problems in work on small dance figures requested by Wiesendanger Willard Stone Native American, Cherokee 3827.7839 pencil on paper
Letter from Stone to Hargrett telling of infection in two of his fingers Willard Stone Native American, Cherokee 3827.7866 ink on paper
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, stating he will begin project as soon as clay arrives Willard Stone Native American, Cherokee 3827.7818 pencil on paper
Letter from Stone to Logan with additional details about "Garfish" Willard Stone Native American, Cherokee 3827.7841 pencil on paper
Letter from Stone to Gilcrease concerning idea of making busts of tribal leaders Willard Stone, Thomas Gilcrease Native American, Cherokee 3827.7867 ink on paper
Carbon copy of Krakel's reply to Stone about exhibit to be in New York Willard Stone American 3827.3365 ink on paper
Letter from Stone to Wiesendanger about carving bust of a 114 year old Cherokee woman from photographs Willard Stone Native American, Cherokee 3827.7820-.1
Letter from Gilcrease to Stone, tells of travel plans, and therefore will not be able to see Stone Willard Stone, Thomas Gilcrease Native Americans, Muscogee (Creek) 3827.7843 ink on paper
Letter from Stone to Gilcrease about having started on bust of Opothle Yohola from a book by Grant Foreman Thomas Gilcrease, Grant Foreman, Willard Stone Native American, Cherokee 3827.7869 ink on paper
Letter from Willard to Dean about Rudy (Wunderlich) Willard Stone Native American, Cherokee 3827.3367 ink on paper
Letter from Stone to Gilcrease requesting a date and time for meeting Willard Stone Native American, Cherokee 3827.7821 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 Gilcrease about receiving pictures of Chiefs from Chronicles of Oklahoma Willard Stone, Thomas Gilcrease Native American, Cherokee 3827.7870 ink on paper
Letter from Stone to Krakel regarding Wunderlich showing Willard Stone Native American, Cherokee 3827.3368 pencil and ink 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 Stone to Gilcrease describing background on a work of an old Choctaw woman Willard Stone Native American, Cherokee 3827.7822 pencil on paper