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Palette and Chisel Club. : Palette and Chisel Club Records, 1895-1976

Club founded in Chicago in 1895 with the objectives of fostering growth in the visual arts, providing space for artists to work, and enriching the community through programs of art education. Founding member, Charles J. Mulligan, was an assistant to Chicago sculptor Lorado Taft who rented part of his studio to the fledgling organization. Records include exhibit registers and scrapbooks containing photographs and clippings of the Palette and Chisel Academy of Fine Arts. NOTE: Letter of permission required from the director of the Palette and Chisel Club before viewing this collection.
Extent: 3 linear feet - (9 volumes)
Subjects: Arts, Chicago, Clubs and Organizations
Call Number: Midwest MS Palette
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Letter of permission required from the director of the Palette and Chisel Club before viewing this collection.
Collection available by appointment only. Permission from the Palette and Chiself Club required.
Club Log Books are extremely fragile; due to their condition researchers are directed to use the microfilm copies of these log books.