A Business Archive of Fannie Howe, Engrosser, with Samples of her Work in Various stages 1960s
Philadelphia. Fannie Howe was the widow of Charleton Howe, a well known and admired engrosser. After his death his wife assumed responsibility for their engrossing business. This archive includes -approximately twenty (20) letters with correspondence requesting engrossing by Fannie Howe, -specimens created by Fannie Howe in black and white and color, a business check register, design for Howe Engrossing Studio Stationery, 11 mockup for use as examples and/or works in progress, six (6) original works accompanied by printed copies of the work and 13 original completed pen and ink works and Howe Engrossing Studio paper sign. Mostly large format pieces.
(Inventory #: 1240061)
Paper Americana, Childhood Ephemera & Art, Juvenile Books, Made by Hand, Ephemera, Appraisal & Collection Services, Travel & Tourism, History of Advertising, Popular Culture, Visual Cultre, Tokens of Love
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