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Isabel Weadock

Librarian and Curator of Prints, Detroit Institute of Arts

  • Isabelle M. Weadock
  • 'Bal' Weadock

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1889
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The biographical sketch of Thomas A.E. Weadock includes Detroit census information stating his daughter "Isabelle M., dau, - b. 1889, Mich. - single." Other references spell name Isabel. (English)
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Document: [Excerpt from E. P. Richardson's Diary]. (1992). Archives of American Art Journal, 32(1), 37-40. Retrieved May 15, 2020, from www.jstor.org/stable/1557564 (English)
1916
July 1924Gregorian
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C. M. (1916). MUSEUM BRANCH OF THE DETROIT PUBLIC LIBRARY. Bulletin of the Detroit Museum of Art, 11(1), 10-10. Retrieved May 15, 2020, from www.jstor.org/stable/41934599 (English)
July 1924Gregorian
1 July 1951
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In July, Miss Isabel Weadock, formerly librarian of the Museum library, was appointed Curator of Prints, and this department is now segregated from the Library. (English)
Date of retirement is documented in the archival records of William Valentiner, VAL 64:1 in a letter from registrar Eleanor Ferry to Valentiner dated 8/29/1951. Detroit Institute of Arts, Research Library & Archives. (English)
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In July, Miss Isabel Weadock, formerly librarian of the Museum library, was appointed Curator of Prints, and this department is now segregated from the Library. (English)
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In July, Miss Isabel Weadock, formerly librarian of the Museum library, was appointed Curator of Prints, and this department is now segregated from the Library. (English)
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In July, Miss Isabel Weadock, formerly librarian of the Museum library, was appointed Curator of Prints, and this department is now segregated from the Library. (English)
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Sherman, C. (1981). WOMEN LIBRARIANS AS INTERPRETERS OF THE VISUAL ARTS. ARLIS/NA Newsletter, 9(5), 185-189. Retrieved May 15, 2020, from www.jstor.org/stable/27946591 (English)
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Sherman, C. (1981). WOMEN LIBRARIANS AS INTERPRETERS OF THE VISUAL ARTS. ARLIS/NA Newsletter, 9(5), 185-189. Retrieved May 15, 2020, from www.jstor.org/stable/27946591 (English)
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In July, Miss Isabel Weadock, formerly librarian of the Museum library, was appointed Curator of Prints, and this department is now segregated from the Library. (English)
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Weadock, Isabel, and Detroit Institute of Arts Research Library & Archives. [Isabel Weadock : Biography File]. Print. (English)
 
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