Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 64 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box M454.0003: Series M454.02 [U186023283114]
Overview Box 3 contains two (2) framed works of art and a framed document from the International Star Registry, designating a star in Alta Merle Ricks' name in 1995. Paintings were created by Alta Ricks and kept at the Ricks Center for Gifted Children. One is a landscape, portraying a cabin in a field with a tree in the foreground. Another is a landscape portraying a field, with most of the painting being a cloudy sky.
File — Box D078.0004: Series D078.01; Series D078.02 [U186018604143]
File — Box M454.0004: Series M454.02 [U186023283122]
Overview Box 4 contains three (3) framed works of art created by Alta Ricks, held at the Ricks Center for Gifted Children. One is a landscape, in black and white, of a cabin in a field with some pine trees. Another is also a black and white landscape, of a forest. The third is also a black and white landscape, depicting a singular tree.
File — Box M454.0007: Series M454.02 [U186023284437]
File — Box B333.08.008: Series B333.08 [U186023261316]
File — Box M454.0008: Series M454.02 [U186023284445]
Overview Box 8 contains two (2) framed paintings by Alta Merle Ricks. Both paintings are landscapes. One has mountains in the background, and campers by a lake in the foreground. The other painting portrays snow on more mountains.
File — Frame D101.0004: Series D101.03 [U186023288994]
Overview This object is a painted portrait of Jack Murtha, likely painted for his induction into the Hall of Fame, by Gene Anthony, dated 1953. The name "Osgood" is marked on the back of the frame, for Bob Osgood who was in charge of handling the portraits for the Hall of Fame.