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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 95 Collections and/or Records:

Sketchbook, 1956

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Identifier: B333.08.0015.00003
Scope and Contents One Winsor Spiral Sketchbook, size 5 x 8, filled with pencil sketches of buildings, landscapes and seascapes, one watercolor and a few ink drawings. Several of the sketches have locations in and around Quebec written on them. Sketch book is dated "Summer 1956" on front cover; "Maria Lowenstein" is also written on cover. Stamped "Plankenhorn Stationary Co. Williamsport 2, PA" with "20" written in top right corner of front cover; presumably it was priced at 20 cents.

Sketchbook, circa 1950s

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Identifier: B333.08.0015.00004
Scope and Contents One Winsor Spiral Sketchbook, size 5 x 8, filled with pencil sketches of people, buildings, landscapes and still-life’s. One sketch is of Losch Farm Machinery which was located in Mansfield, PA about 50 miles north of Williamsport. Sketch book is not dated but is identical to sketchbook dated 1956. Stamped "Plankenhorn Stationary Co. Williamsport 2, PA" with "20" written in top right corner of front cover; presumably it was priced at 20 cents.

Sketchbook, circa 1950s

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Identifier: B333.08.0015.00005
Scope and Contents One Winsor Spiral Sketchbook, size 5 x 8, filled with pencil sketches of people, buildings, landscapes and some still-life’s. Also, one oil pastel drawing. Sketchbook has "Lowenstein" written on front cover. Sketch book is not dated but is identical to sketchbook dated 1956. Stamped "Plankenhorn Stationary Co. Williamsport 2, PA" with "20" written in top right corner of front cover; presumably it was priced at 20 cents.

Sketchbook, 1959 July

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Identifier: B333.08.0015.00006
Scope and Contents One Winsor Spiral Sketchbook, size 6 x 9, filled with pencil sketches of people, buildings, and street scenes. The last page has an itinerary of Maria's travel from July 16, 59-July 27, 59. Stamped "Plankenhorn Stationary Co. Williamsport 2, PA" with "25" written in top left corner of front cover; presumably it was priced at 25 cents.

Sketchbook, circa 1960

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Identifier: B333.08.0015.00007
Scope and Contents One Winsor Spiral Sketchbook, size 6 x 9, filled with pencil sketches of people and street scenes. One ink still-life. Style of the drawings becoming noticeably more cubist. "Reunion" written on front cover. Plankenhorn Stationary Co. price tag on back cover; priced at 25 cents.

Sketchbook, circa 1960

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Identifier: B333.08.0015.00008
Scope and Contents Fav-o-rite Sketch Book stamped 20 cents; has "Maria" written across top and "Pocketbook of Bauers" written down right side. In the back are a few pages of jokes and at the bottom of one page is says "Pocketbook of Boners" which is an early Dr. Seuss filled with little jokes and funny illustrations. Filled with pencil sketches of people, buildings, landscapes and one drawing in colored marker.

Sketchbook, circa 1955

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Identifier: B333.08.0015.00009
Scope and Contents Strathmore Alexis Drawing book with blue cover. On inside cover is written "The Coast of Maine". Book is filled with pencil drawings of boats, docks and street scenes.

Sketchbook, 1970 August

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Identifier: B333.08.0015.00010
Scope and Contents Middlesex sketch book with "Trip to S. W. Colorado 1970" written in pencil across top of cover. Lower right hand corner has a Target price tag for 35 cents. The back of the sketch book has 17 pages of journal entries from the trip dated August 15-30. Book filled with pencil and marker sketches of people, buildings, landscapes and still-life’s.

"The Edge of Town", circa 1960

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Identifier: B333.08.0006.00001
Scope and Contents Box contains one acrylic painting by Maria Lowenstein, done while she was living in Denver. Painting is of buildings with a red three-story and a cream colored two-story building in the foreground with tops of buildings in the distance. Artist signature "Maria" in bottom left corner. The work is done is a cubist style using shades of blue, red and cream with black outlines. The paint is on a textured surface. Appears as though cheesecloth was stretched over surface before paint was applied....

"The Rabbi", circa 1960

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Identifier: B333.08.0005.00001
Scope and Contents Charcoal sketch done by Maria Lowenstein. Sketch is of a Rabbi looking down towards his left hand in which he is holding something in palm up. The sketch is sparse but his yarmulke and tallit are recognizable. Sketch is in a thin gunmetal grey metal frame with light blue mat and covered in glass.