Laymembers’ prize fund awards for auction exhibitions, 1930-1951.

 

SAL record control number: 86306 ;

Record level: Listing ;

Record type: Awards & prizes ;

 

Title: Laymembers’ prize fund awards for auction exhibitions, 1930-1951 ; 

Begin Date: 1930 ; 
End Date: 1951 ; 

Description / background:

Deed of gift awarded at the annual auction exhibition.

1930 – Chauncey F Ryder for [unknown] ($200)
          – Eugene Higgins for [unknown] ($100)
1931 – Eugene Higgins for [unknown] ($200)
         – Charles S Chapman for [unknown] ($100)
         – Chauncey F Ryder for [unknown] ($100)
1932 – Hobart Nichols for [unknown] ($200)
         – George M Bruestle for [unknown] ($100)
         – William Ritschel for [unknown] ($100)
1933 – John H Rich for A Mexican girl ($100)
         – Abbot Graves for Nantucket home ($100)
         – Vincent A Svoboda for Czecho-Slovakian peasants ($100)
1934 – Howard L Hildebrandt for [unknown] ($75)
         – W Granville Smith for [unknown] ($75)
         – Anthony Thieme for [unknown] ($75)
1935 – Victor C Anderson for Winter quiet ($100)
         – W J Aylward for Journey’s end ($75)
         – Silvio B Valerio for Old shanty ($50)
1936 – John F Carlson for [unknown] ($75)
          – Junius Allen for [unknown] ($75)
          – John H Hintermeister for [unknown] ($75)
1937 – Antonio Cirino for Provincetown ($75)
          – Carl J Nordell for Three trees ($75)
          – Carl Wuermer for Afternoon in winter ($75)
1938 – George Elmer Browne for Rolling down to rio ($75)
          – Albert H Corek for The inlet ($75)
          – Gordon Grant for The bay of Biscay ($75)
1939 – Andrew Winter A bit of Monhegan ($75)
          – H Willard Ortlip for Sigrid ($75)
          – Junius Allen for Winter landscape ($75)

 

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Document information

Document permalink:
http://salmagundi.org/awards/?p=86306

Digital-born document number:
SAL.2021.86306

Record birth date:
April 7, 2021

Last updated: August 5, 2021 at 16:50 pm