American Art Review month and year: December 94 -January 95

author(s): Rachel Perry

title of American Art Review article: "The Paintings of Ada Walter Shulz"

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Note to contractor: When talking to Rachel Perry about "The Paintings of Ada Walter Shulz" ask her if she owns and would also permit TFAO to reprint "Leroy Trobaugh: The Paintings of a Railroad Worker" American Art Review March-April 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 2) and "The Art of Frank V. Dudley" American Art Review November-December 2003 (Volume XV, Number 6). Contractor will need to obtain American Art Review March-April 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 2) and November-December 2003 (Volume XV, Number 6). since TFAO does not have a copy. of eiher issue.

TFAO has no information on Leroy Trobaugh and there is little on the Internet. For Frank V. Dudley TFAO has this essay.

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-- unassigned as of
-- assigned to Shana Herb Johannessen on Jan. 5, 2008
-- approved by copyright holder on Mar 24, 2008 via email
-- activity on this article deferred on until
-- article reprinted in Resource Library
The Paintings of Ada Walter Shulz; essay by Rachel Berenson Perry (7/7/08)
Indiana Women Artists: Then and Now; essay by Rachel Berenson Perry (7/7/08)

From: "Perry, Rachel"

Date: Mon Mar 24, 2008 9:57:12 AM US/Pacific

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Cc: "Shana Herb Johannessen" <shana...

Subject: Permission to reprint

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I am granting my permission for the Traditional Fine Arts for Resource Libraryto reprint the following articles previously published in the American Art Review:

"The Paintings of Ada Walter Shulz," American Art Review, January-February 1998 

"Leroy Trobaugh: The Paintings of a Railroad Worker," American Art Review, March-April 2001 

"Indiana Woman Artists: Then and Now," American Art Review, January-February 2005 

"The Paintings of William Edouard Scott," American Art Review, March-April 2007 

Attached is a short author's bio. 

Best regards, 

Rachel B. Perry

Fine Arts Curator

Indiana State Museum

650 West Washington St.

Indianapolis, IN 46204

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