fire helmet of Harry Howard, the most famous firefighter of his era (1840-1865), both in New York state and across the country.
oil on canvas
A circular bas relief plaster roundel. The roundel depicts a woman's head in profile with a flower in her hair set atop cherub wings. A rising sun appears in the background. The plaster is enclosed in a glazed, gilt shadow box frame.
A decorative plaster pedestal of The Brook (1901), a sculpture by Isidore Konti. This sculpture was Konti’s initial conception for a lost marble fountain at Samuel Untermyer’s estate in Yonkers. The pedestal is a cast plaster bell-shaped, hollow…
“Miss Lena Horne, Opening no., Lou Leslie’s Blackbirds of 1938”, “The Reverse, Cotton Club.” , “Minnie the Moucher, Cotton Club.” and “Calypso, Cotton Club.”
four costume design renderings created by Frances Feist for musical revues performed at the Cotton Club between 1937 and 1939