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From Will James to Russell

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Letter from Will James to Charles Russell; speaks of his experiences with horses, etc. He has an injury and has taken up painting, he would like some tips on increasing his exposure as an artist. He considers Charles M. Russell to be Remington's superior and explains his reasons, explains his feelings about painting. Thanks Charles M. Russell for the watercolors. Handwritten on six pages: TU2009.39.658.1-TU2009.39.658.12. Sketch of a head of a man wearing a hat on the back of page five [TU2009.39.658.10].

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From Will James to Russell
William R. James (Author)
Charles Marion Russell (Artist)
late 19th century - early 20th century
ink on paper
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Credit Line: 
Gilcrease Museum/The University of Tulsa
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Previous Number(s): 
C.2.108; C.2.108; C.2.108 (Colorado Springs Number)
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