Most widely held works about Bush-Brown family
Most widely held works by Bush-Brown family
Bush-Brown Family Papers, 1835-1969 by Bush-Brown family ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The Bush-Brown Family Papers include correspondence of Ellen Day Hale and others; diaries; writings; books; original sketches, paintings, and many photos of artwork; a biographical sketch of Margaret Bush-Brown's father, J. Peter Lesley, geologist; and travel correspondence of Lydia Head from Europe.
American Institute of Architects Architects Architecture, Modern Architecture--Study and teaching Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Brown family Buildings Bush-Brown, Harold Bush-Brown, Henry Kirke,--1857-1935 Bush-Brown, Lydia,--b. 1887 Bush-Brown, Margaret Lesley--1857-1944 Conant, James Bryant,--1893-1978 Conant family Courtship Europe Families France Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Institute of Technology.--College of Architecture Harvard University Historic American Buildings Survey History Occupational therapy Personal narratives--American Records and correspondence Sculptors--Biography Sources Travel United States Universities and colleges--Alumni and alumnae Women artists--Biography World War (1914-1918)