By René Paul Barilleaux, Gaines Ruger Donoho, Victoria J. Beck, Mississippi Museum of Art, Heckscher Museum, Greenville County Museum of Art
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95. " 13. p. The school was founded in 1852 and remains in operation today. 14. , 1877), p. 243. 15. Julia Donoho. Letter to Jervis McEntee, 1878, Feinberg Papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution: Roll D30. 16. Organized in 1825 along the lines of the model offered by its older European counterparts, the primary mission of the National Academy was to educate and train young artists.
60 For the 1892 presidential election, he organized a torchlight parade through the streets of East Hampton in support of Teddy Roosevelt. "61 (Figure 17) Matilda Donoho was instru- Figure 18. Lorenzo E. 31-3. Page 41 mental in establishing the East Hampton Garden Club and devoted considerable effort to the protection of the natural areas and indigenous wildlife. In 1934, in memory of her husband, she deeded eight acres of the former Fithian pastures to the village as part of the Woodhouse Gardens, an adjacent nature conservancy.
31-3. Page 41 mental in establishing the East Hampton Garden Club and devoted considerable effort to the protection of the natural areas and indigenous wildlife. In 1934, in memory of her husband, she deeded eight acres of the former Fithian pastures to the village as part of the Woodhouse Gardens, an adjacent nature conservancy. 63 Donoho's enjoyment of his small-town citizenship did not, however, distract him from pursuing his professional calling. Indeed he seemed to revel in the artistic possibilities inherent in his surroundings.