Andrew Dickson White Portrait Bust
- Andrew Dickson White Portrait Bust
- Campus Artifacts, Art & Memorabilia
- Simmons, Franklin (American sculptor, 1839-1913)
- Espinosa de los Monteros, Pamela
- Uris Library, Andrew D. White Library, Cornell University
- United States
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- White marble
- White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918
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- Front View
- Portrait bust of Cornell University co-founder and first president Andrew Dickson White (1866-1885).
More detailed information on Andrew D. White may be found in:
Engst, Elaine."Cornell’s Twelve Presidents: Andrew Dickson White, President, 1866-1885,” Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections-Cornell University Library, accessed April 26, 2012, http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/presidents/view_item.php?sec=3&sub=8.
Franklin Simmons (1892-1913) was an American artist. He is primarily known for his portraits. Some of his notable portrait subjects include Admiral Farragut, and Generals Grant, Sherman, and Hooker among others. “Throughout his life he created 100 portrait busts in marble and roughly 15 public monuments,” [“Simmons, Franklin,”Marquis Who's Who, Inc, and Credo Reference (Firm). 2008. Marquis Who was who in America, 1607-1984. [New Providence, NJ]: Marquis Who's Who. http://www.credoreference.com/book/marqwas].
- “Simmons, Franklin,”Marquis Who's Who, Inc, and Credo Reference (Firm). 2008. Marquis Who was who in America, 1607-1984. [New Providence, NJ]: Marquis Who's Who. http://www.credoreference.com/book/marqwas.
- Cornell University
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