Photo, Print, Drawing Georges Barrère, 1876-1944, and Ardelle Hookins, age 12, at the Hotel Athenaeum, Chautauqua, New York

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Title
Georges Barrère, 1876-1944, and Ardelle Hookins, age 12, at the Hotel Athenaeum, Chautauqua, New York
Subject Headings
-  Photograph
Notes
-  Inscription: Verso: u. r.: (in pencil) 057; u. c.: (in pencil) George [sic] Barrere / Ardelle Hookins
-  Provenance: Source not known.
-  Ardelle Hookins was a student of Barrère at Chautauqua and she also studied with William Kincaid (see no. 58) at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. This photograph was included in an exhibition organized by Nancy Toff, "Georges Barrère and the Flute in America," Music Division, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, 12 Nov. 1994 - 4 Feb. 1995, cat. no. 113, repr. p. 54. The catalogue entry for this photograph identifies Ardelle Hookins as a student of Barrère and Kincaid, and this image is dated to July of 1925.
-  Condition: Good condition. Upper right corner is chipped. There is a "speck" adhered to his shoe and another adhered to her dress at her knee.
Form
photograph
Extent
Photograph, sepia-toned. 6 7/16 x 4 7/16 inches (16.4 x 11.3 cm.)
Repository
Music Division
LC Classification
Box Number: B
Online Format
image
Description
Barrère is seated in a rocking chair before a tree and Ardelle Hookins is seated on the arm of the chair at his left (viewer's right). There is carved woodwork on porch and base of the house behind them. He wears light slacks, dark jacket, white shirt and bow tie. He has a trimmed beard and mustache and wears pince-nez. She wears a light-colored dress with embroidery at the neckline, on the sleeves and on skirt. Her knee-socks are alo embroidered at the knee and she wears open-work shoes. She has short dark hair and her hands are folded in her lap. photograph | Photograph, sepia-toned. 6 7/16 x 4 7/16 inches (16.4 x 11.3 cm.) | Inscription: Verso: u. r.: (in pencil) 057; u. c.: (in pencil) George [sic] Barrere / Ardelle Hookins Provenance: Source not known. Ardelle Hookins was a student of Barrère at Chautauqua and she also studied with William Kincaid (see no. 58) at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. This photograph was included in an exhibition organized by Nancy Toff, "Georges Barrère and the Flute in America," Music Division, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, 12 Nov. 1994 - 4 Feb. 1995, cat. no. 113, repr. p. 54. The catalogue entry for this photograph identifies Ardelle Hookins as a student of Barrère and Kincaid, and this image is dated to July of 1925. Condition: Good condition. Upper right corner is chipped. There is a "speck" adhered to his shoe and another adhered to her dress at her knee. Photograph (Form).
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