Isabel Cohen Doud collection
A letter from William A. Courtenay, Mayor of Charleston from 1879-1887, to Miss Cohen thanking her for the copy of her graduating essay which her father gave to him. Mayor Courtenay presented Miss Cohen with a copy of the book Charleston, South Carolina in 1883. Boston: Heliotype Printing Company, 1883. A copy of Isabel Cohen's graduating composition "Circumstances" dated June 11, 1885. Isabel Cohen Doud's two oil paintings-a floral arrangement and a Roman landscape.
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Isabel Cohen Doud, the daughter of a prominent Charleston attorney, Asher D. Cohen, made her name as an artist in Charleston, New York, Canada, and Rome. In 1930, she married Gorda Chipman Doud, an artist of some note in Rome. She left her estate to the College of Charleston in 1945.
1 folder (5 items)
- Inventory of the Isabel Cohen Doud Collection, 1884-1930
- Processed by: Special Collections staff; finding aid created by: Special Collections staff
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