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Portrait of Frederick Wilson
Portrait of Frederick Wilson seated at chair. 1891. Rakow Library, Bib ID 127946.

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  1. I have a number of original mr wilson dated 1928, there is one lady that has done an.extensive study of him her name is Diane C Wright.
    by Linda Heath on Jan 12, 2015
  2. I worked for Los Angeles Art Glass Co in the late 70's early 80's. They were than known as LAAGCO Sales. They changed their line of business to a paint and paint sundries distributor. Not sure when. They were bought out by Paint Sundries Solutions in 2007. They are located at 2930 N. San Fernando Blvd.
    Burbank,CA 91504 You can contact me at if you like and I can possibly give you a little more imformation.
    by Douglas P on Jul 18, 2015
  3. Have you visited the Church of the Transfiguration at 1 East 29th Street in New York City? There are several beautiful windows by Jessie Van Brunt throughout the church. One of them (St Francis of Assisi) is dedicated to her sister.
    by Mary Jane Gocher on Aug 16, 2016
  4. Have you visited the Church of the Transfiguration at 1 East 29th Street in New York City. They have several of Jessie Van Brunt's windows, including one of St. Francis of Assisi which is dedicated to her sister. You may reach me at for more information.
    by Mary Jane Gocher on Aug 16, 2016

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