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This statue of Adèle Goodman Clark is part of a larger installation entitled "Voices from the Garden: The Virginia Women's Monument." The group of bronze statues is a state memorial commemorating the contributions of Virginia women to the history of…
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Drawing of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Grace and Ninth Streets across from Capitol Square, Richmond, Va.

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Portrait of Adèle Goodman Clark with several of her paintings in the background.
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Publication of the Art Club of Richmond located at 521 West Grace St., Richmond, Va.

"Membership and Junior Membership, $3.00 a Year
Contributing Membership, $10.00 a Year"
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This program announces the topics and speakers for the Equal Suffrage League of Richmond's weekly meetings between Thursday, January 8, 1914 and Thursday, April 2, 1914. Topics for these weekly meetings include "Woman Suffrage and Organized…
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Photograph of Adèle Clark, Nora Houston, Mae Schaill, Mary Eugenia Benson Jobson, 1915.Published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, August 1, 1915 ("Suffrage Advocates Appear With Candidates"), the article notes "For the first time in the history of…
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Chamber of Commerce Building at Ninth and Main Streets, Richmond, Va.The building was built 1891-1892, demolished in 1912. Richmond architect Marion J. Dimmock designed the building.Postcard: Published by A & S, Printed in Germany. Postmarked:…
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Monroe Park, Richmond, Va. During the war this site was used a recruiting and drill-ground, and afterwards as the State Fair grounds. Is now situated in the heart of the fashionable residence section of the City. Its shady walks and velvet lawn…

Guy Holt was James Branch Cabell's friend and his editor at Robert M. McBride and Company.
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Flyleaf inscription reads: "Presented to the Art Club of Richmond, 521 West Grace Street, 1917 ; Inherited from the Art Club of Richmond, Virginia by the atelier of Nora Houston and Ade?le Clark [...] 1918 ; Presented to Maurice Bonds by Ade?le Clark…
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Pollak in her studio at 1407 Grove Avenue, Richmond.
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A photograph of Pollak receiving the Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts from her alma mater, the University of Richmond.
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In this photograph, Adele Clark (left) and Theresa Pollak (right) celebrate Clark's 100th birthday at Westminster-Canterbury in Richmond, VA.

Clark, together with Nora Houston, founded the Richmond Art Club, where Pollak received her first…
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