This is a collection of ephemera found in a book donated to the Library. Papers include correspondence to Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Pinkham from 1937, exhibition announcements for works by Eben Farrington Comins from 1938, and an article by Comins titled
"Indians That I Have Drawn," from the
Bulletin of the Pan American Union July 1939 issue.
Eben Farrington Comins (1875, May 19 - 1949, April 13) was born in Boston, MA on May 19, 1875. Comins studied in Boston with
Tarbell and continued in Paris at Ecole des Beaux Arts. He was active in Los Angeles from 1917-19 during which time he exhibited
locally and taught at the state normal school. He exibited at the Friday Morning Club (LA), 1917; Kanst Gallery (LA), 1917;
Calif. Art Club, 1918; and LACMA, 1919.
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