C.A. Seward

1884 - 1939

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Images above: Indian Drummer (the only known print created by Dixon was printed by is friend, printmaker Roi Partridge), SouthPoint and Juniper, Utah, and photograph of Maynard Dixon. (Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico and Tucson, Arizona)

In the 1928 letter Maynard Dixon is responding to Seward’s request to exhibit his work and then, six years later, in the second letter Dixon is asking if Seward would give him another show.

728 Montgomery St.

San Francisco.

Jan 2. 1928

Dear Mr. Seward,

My show in San Diego Fine Arts Gallery is now over. Twenty five of the canvases must

go to Los Angeles for my show there Jan 30. - Feb 19. Now if we can fix a date soon following

this I can promise to fill a gallery for you;  & also a room with drawings. The San Diego gallery

was 22 x 42 & I sent more than enough. - 38 canvases in all. Sales will not be so numerous but

what I can fill the gaps.

Please let me hear from you soon.


Maynard Dixon

Seward - Maynard Dixon 1875 - 1946

Exhibition Programs

Seward Studio and the Wichita Art Association

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Artists letters include:

Seward Studio and Wichita Art Association Exhibitions & purchases as well as Prairie Print Maker correspondence

John Taylor Arms

June 1937

October 1937

October 1938

George Elbert Burr

25 April 1922

Gustave Baumann

26 April 1922

John Noble

Bertha Jaques

June 1937

& news clipping ca 1921

Carl Oscar Borg

16 Nov 1926

B.J.O. Nordfeldt

December 1927

January 1929

August 1930

Maynard Dixon

2 Jan 1928

31 Oct 1934

Kenneth Adams

August 1929

December 1937

Frances Gearhart

abt 1930

Howell C. Brown


Stow Wengenroth


Todd Lindenmuth




1934 re: Prairie Print Makers

Herbert Pullinger



Artist Letters an IntroductionArts_Artist_lttrs.html