Guide to the Statuary for Stanford University Papers
Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University ArchivesOctober 2010
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Call Number: SCM0304
Creator: Frilli, Antonio.
Title: Statuary for Stanford University papers
Physical Description: 0.02 Linear feet (1 folder)
Summary: Includes letter and list of statues from Frilli to Charles Lathrop, 1902; list of crate contents as received, 1902; and three letters pertaining to shipments from Frilli's firm received in 1901.
Language(s): The materials are in English.
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Statuary for Stanford University Papers (SCM0304). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
Antonio Frilli, a sculptor and gallery owner in Florence, Italy, produced many of the statues and busts purchased by Jane Stanford for display in the museum and other campus buildings.
Includes letter and list of statues from Frilli to Charles Lathrop, 1902; list of crate contents as received, 1902; and three letters pertaining to shipments from Frilli's firm received in 1901.