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Letter [manuscript] : Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, to My dear Mr. [E.A.] Burbank, 1908 Sept. 18.

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Main Author: Holmes, William Henry
Other Names: Burbank, E. A.
Topics: Painters - United States - History - 20th century - Sources. | Manuscripts, American - Washington (D.C.) | Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology. | Holmes, William Henry, 1846-1933 - Correspondence. | Burbank, E. A. (Elbridge Ayer), 1858-1949. Snake dance.
Genres: Correspondence - Washington (D.C.) - 1908.
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100 1 |aHolmes, William Henry,|d1846-1933.
245 00|kLetter|h[manuscript] :|bSmithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, to My dear Mr. [E.A.] Burbank,|f1908 Sept. 18.
246 3 |aTLS
300 |a1 item (1 leaf) ;|c27 cm.
500 |aForms part of the Edward E. Ayer Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library)
500 |aFor further correspondence regarding Burbank's painting "Snake Dance," see Ayer MS 120.
500 |aThe oil painting "Snake Dance" was purchased by the Butler Institute of American Art (Youngstown, Ohio) in 1916.
510 4 |aButler, R.L. Checklist of Mss. in the Ayer Coll.,|c384
520 |aLetter written Sept. 18, 1908 by William H. Holmes to Elbridge Ayer Burbank, western painter and illustrator.|bIn this letter Holmes responds to Burbank's earlier inquiry regarding the purchase of his oil painting "Snake Dance." Burbank lived and travelled extensively throughout the southwest between 1897 and 1914 painting prominent Indian chiefs, groups of Indians, and ceremonial dances. He lived for some time among the Hopi Indians in Arizona where he witnessed the Snake Dance. In his reply, Holmes informs Burbank that Congress unfortunately has not allocated any funds for the purchase of art work.
541 |aAyer, Edward E.;|cgift;|d1914.
545 |aWilliam Henry Holmes, archaeologist and artist, served as chief of the Bureau of American Ethnology at the Smithsonian Institution from 1902-1920.
600 10|aHolmes, William Henry,|d1846-1933|vCorrespondence.
600 10|aBurbank, E. A.|q(Elbridge Ayer),|d1858-1949.|tSnake dance.
610 20|aSmithsonian Institution.|bBureau of American Ethnology.
650 0|aPainters|zUnited States|xHistory|y20th century|vSources.
650 0|aManuscripts, American|zWashington (D.C.)
655 7|aCorrespondence|zWashington (D.C.)|y1908.|2aat
691 |aWashington (D.C.)|y1908|xManuscripts.
700 1 |aBurbank, E. A.|q(Elbridge Ayer),|d1858-1949.
710 2 |aSmithsonian Institution.|bBureau of American Ethnology.
710 2 |aButler Institute of American Art.
710 2 |aEdward E. Ayer Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library)
710 2 |aNewberry Library.|kManuscript.|nAyer MS 384.
910 |aAyer MS Proj 96/cp
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