Candace Thurber Wheeler collection

Candace Thurber Wheeler collection

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: Wheeler, Candace, 1827-1923
Title: Candace Thurber Wheeler collection
Dates: 1921-1923
Quantity: 0.05 Linear feet (1 folder; housed with minor collections MS 1462 to MS 1469)
Coll. Number: ms1464(m)

Biographical/Historical Note

Candace Thurber Wheeler (1827-1923) was a native New Yorker who in her later years helped establish one of the several arts colonies in the Thomasville, Georgia vicinity. She was a founder of the Society of Decorative Art, director of the Bureau of Applied Arts of the Woman's Building at the Columbian Exposition, and a pioneer in the study of embroidery in America. She is also the author of Yesterdays in a Busy Life, a book which describes her Thomasville experience.


Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of three typescript pages of biographical information and a letter entirely in her hand which describes Wheeler's tapestry and writing at age 94.


Index Terms

Artists--Georgia--Thomasville--Biography.
Artists--Georgia--Thomasville--Correspondence.
Artists--New York (State)--Biography.
Artists--New York (State)--Correspondence.
Artists.
Biographies.
Correspondence.
Poets, American--Georgia--Thomasville--Biography.
Poets, American--Georgia--Thomasville--Correspondence.
Poets, American--New York (State)--Biography.
Poets, American--New York (State)--Correspondence.
Tapestries.
Tapestry.
Wheeler, Candace, 1827-1923 -- Correspondence
Writing (processes)
Writing.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Candace Thurber Wheeler collection, MS 1464. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
Box
1Schulte Publishing Company letter about the chapter
 
Chapter on Candace Thurber Wheeler (3 pages)
 
Letter from Candace Thurber Wheeler, 1921