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Object ID RG0973.AM
Collection RG0973 Duren, Terence R., 1906-1968
Object Name Personal papers
Extent of Description 1 folder
Title Terence R. Duren collection
Dates of Creation 1957-1968
Year Range from 1957
Year Range to 1968
Admin/Biographical History Born and raised in Shelby, Nebraska, Terence Duren attended the Art Institute in Chicago. He later taught at the Chicago Art Institute and the Cleveland Museum of Art. He became a well known artist and illustrator. Terence Duren died in 1968 and is buried at Shelby, Nebraska.
Scope & Content The collection contains various printed materials about Terence Duren including the cover article from the Magazine of the Midlands dated January 14, 1968, entitled "The House on the Other Side of the Street; Terence Duren, Painter and Collector, prefers the Past," by Jean Hylton. Also included are letters written to Duren after the publication of the article. Other items include various programs for exhibitions of Duren's artwork (1957, 1961, 1967), publicity for and the history of the restoration of Brownville, Nebraska, written by Duren, and a tribute entitled, "The Passing of a Great Artist -- Terence Duren" by Harry G. Mendelson, dated October 1, 1968.
Creator Duren, Terence R., 1906-1968
Other Creators Denney, James
Hylton, Jean
Mendelson, Harry G.
Finding Aids Terence R. Duren finding aid.
Subjects Artists
People Denney, James
Duren, Terence R., 1904-1968
Hylton, Jean
Mendelson, Harry G.
Search Terms Artists -- Nebraska -- Shelby
Brownville (Neb.) -- History
Historic buildings -- Nebraska -- Brownville