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Porcelain Figurine of a Boy. Painted green, some gold overlay. Part of a pair.

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Ceramic Skunk. Crude. Homemade. Black with white stripe.

Image of Comedy Relief at Norton Hall - Unknown

Comedy Relief at Norton Hall - Unknown

Comedy Relief at Norton Hall. 1929. B&W print photo, 8½ x 11" showing the comedy relief located on the upper-left corner of Norton Hall's facade. Notation on back: comedy/Norton

Image of Norton Hall Architrave - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Architrave - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Architrave. 1929-1945. B&W print photo, 8½ x 11" showing a detailed sculptural relief to the right side and a hanging lamp. Notation on back: Norton Hall at Chautauqua--Artistically inside and out Photograph shows detail of proscenium architrave, the sculpture relief done by Miss Elizabeth Hazeltine of Chicago. The interesting design for the proscenium was designed and executed by the architect of the building. Otis Floyd Johnson of Chicago who has achieved the simplicity of modernism in all the interior and exterior details of the $200,000 auditorium for music and the dramatic arts at Chautauqua. To the left is shown one of the modernized lighting fixtures which became

Image of Norton Hall with Fountain - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall with Fountain - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall with Fountain. 1929-1946. B&W print photo, 8½ x 11" showing Norton Hall. The engraving reads: Norton Memorial Hall Dedicated to Music Literature Drama. The details of all reliefs can be seen clearly. The fountain is in the foreground. There are wood supports (possibly clamps) to the left of the structure. The center depicts a young boy and girl playing with a large fish. Notation on back reads: Finest Music Auditorium in the East Dedicated at Chautauqua. Norton Memorial Hall, built of monolithic concrete, a unique experiment in the East, at a cost of more than $200,000 was officially opened with a concert directed by Albert Stoessel, Conductor of the Oratorio Society of

Image of Norton Hall Facade Left - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Facade Left - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Facade Left. 1929. B&W print photo, 8½ x 11" showing a view of Norton Hall's left facade. The photograph was probably taking during or shortly after construction was completed. A partial view of a woodpile and overturned wheelbarrow can be seen to the left of the building. Notation on back reads: [stamp] Have credit line read - Harold Wagner, Chautauqua.

Image of Norton Hall Facade Left - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Facade Left - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall's Facade Left. 1929. B&W print photo, 8½ x 11" showing a close up of the architrave located on the left facade of Norton Hall. Details can be seen easily. Harold Wagner's signature is located in the arch on the right side of the photograph. Notation on back reads: Sculptural work - done by Fred Torrey. He + his wife worked on this + on the bronze + the fountain - which was later moved to it's present site - in front of Post Office. Close friends of Lorado Taft. [stamp] Harold Wagner Chautauqua, New York

Image of Norton Hall Facade Right - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Facade Right - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Facade Right. 1929. B&W print photo, 8½ x 11" showing Norton Hall's right facade and a partial view of arches in front of entrance. An engraving on the bottom right of the facade dates 1929. To the right and just beneath are a pile of stones and lumber suggesting continuing construction or recent completion. Notation on back reads: [stamp] Have credit line read - Harold Wagner, Chautauqua.

Image of Bird Sculpture - Unknown

Bird Sculpture - Unknown

Bird Sculpture. 1985. B&W print photo, 4½ x 6½" showing a woman pointing out a sculpture of a bird to a small child. There are two sculptures of a pelican and a stork, both carved out of wood. Notation on back: Craft Alliance Show/1985

Image of Bestor Plaza Art Show - Unknown

Bestor Plaza Art Show - Unknown

Bestor Plaza Art Show. 1968-1973. B&W print photo, 4½ x 6½" showing a sculpture on a crucifix in Bestor Plaza. A woman walking through the plaza, an automobile and the home at 8 Pratt are also visible. Notation on back: Art Show/Plaza

Image of Crucifix Sculpture - Unknown

Crucifix Sculpture - Unknown

Crucifix Sculpture. 1968-1973. B&W print photo, 4½ x 6½" showing three children looking at a sculpture of a crucifixion in a Bestor Plaza Art Show. Notation on back: Plaza/Art Show

Image of Eric Berg Gallery Show - Mahan, Gordon

Eric Berg Gallery Show - Mahan, Gordon

Eric Berg Gallery Show. 1974-1978. B&W print photo, 8 x 10" showing the interior of the Chautauqua Art Association Gallery and two women. One woman is walking up the stairs and the other is looking at a sculpture on a pedestal. Many paintings are on the walls and sculptures stand on pedestals throughout the room. The photograph was taken during a gallery show of Eric Berg, sculptor. Notation on back: Chautauqua Art Association Gallery

Image of Art Festival '84 - Morgan, George S.

Art Festival '84 - Morgan, George S.

Art Festival '84. 1984. B&W print photo, 5 x 7" showing a woman looking at a wire sculpture and a woman behind her looking at a painting. The photograph was taken in either Logan Gallery or Chautauqua Art Association Gallery. Notation on back: Chautauqua Art Festival/[stamp] Photo by George S. Morgan/[stamp]1984

Image of Curtis W. Haug & Ahde Lahti - Unknown

Curtis W. Haug & Ahde Lahti - Unknown

Curtis Haug & Ahde Lahti. August 16,1967. B&W print photo, 8 x 10" showing Institution President Curtis W. Haug awarding Ahde Lahti, winner of a sculpture award in the Bestor Plaza Art Show. Notation on back: 1967 Curtis Haug - President Chautauqua Institution/Chautauqua Art Association/Ahde Lahti/Ann Arbor, Mich/Winner SC/Bestor Plaza

Image of Sculpting the Plaza - Robbins, William J.

Sculpting the Plaza - Robbins, William J.

Sculpting the Plaza. 1979. B&W print photo, 8 x 10" showing two girls stringing ropes between trees in Bestor Plaza to make a piece of visual artwork. A Pabst Blue Ribbon delivery truck is in front of the Colonnade, in the background of the photo. [Notes: Date per Don Kimes] Notation on back: (c)1979 Wm J. Robbins

Image of Sculpture Park - Unknown

Sculpture Park - Unknown

Sculpture Park. 1990. B&W print photo, 5 x 7" showing a woman, possibly Mary Donovan [name marked on back of photograph, but not definite that Donovan is the woman in the photo], standing next to a large metal sculpture in Sculpture Park. In the background is a house with a gathering taking place on the porch. Notation on back: Sculpture Park/Mary Donovan

Image of Bestor Plaza Art Show - Herrick, Josephine U.

Bestor Plaza Art Show - Herrick, Josephine U.

Bestor Plaza Art Show. 1963. B&W print photo, 6 1/4 x 9 3/8" showing people admiring a series of sculptures set up at the Bestor Plaza Art Show. The Colonnade is visible in the background as well as Bestor Fountain. Notation on back: [stamp]Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce/101 West Fifth Street/Jamestown, New York Chautauqua Institution/Bestor Plaza Art Festival 1963