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Saint-Gaudens Memorial (1919-)

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1919-

The Saint-Gaudens Memorial is a private, non-profit corporation chartered by the State of New Hampshire in 1919, to preserve and exhibit Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ home and studios. The trustees operated the site as a museum from 1927-1965, when they donated the property to the National Park Service. Each year the Saint-Gaudens Memorial sponsors a summer concert series at the site, an annual event since 1946, as well as three art exhibitions in the Picture Gallery, a tradition since 1948. The Memorial also contributes toward the ongoing conservation treatment of museum objects, acquires new objects for the park’s museum collections, and sponsors educational programs.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Saint-Gaudens Memorial records

MS-1209
 Collection
Identifier: MS-1209
Overview Saint-Gaudens Memorial. Founded in 1919. Consist of institutional records, including correspondence, financial and trustee records, as well as programs and audio cassette tapes with interviews.