Title:[Fannie E. Hawley sketchbook of California landscapes]
Creator/Contributor:Hawley, Fannie E., creator, artist.
Subjects depicted in drawings include the artist's former home at 324 Ritch Street in San Francisco (which burned on August
28, 1876); a few scenes of the Berkeley hills and countryside; a culvert underneath a Southern Pacific Railroad overpass (perhaps
in San Francisco); a view of Mission Creek in San Francisco; 2 views of the Fairfax countryside; a few views of Lake Tahoe,
White Eagle Falls and the surrounding wilderness; a view of Cascade Lake; 2 views of the Belmont countryside; a house in Los
Angeles; a home in the forest near Truckee and view of the Truckee River; a view of Donner Lake; a scene in the Sunol wilderness;
and an unidentified house. A few unidentified individuals are depicted in the renderings. Many drawings demonstrate proficient
California -- Drawings
Berkeley (Calif.) -- Drawings
Tahoe, Lake (Calif. and Nev.) -- Drawings
Title devised by cataloger.
Artist's name written inside front cover: Fannie E. Hawley.
All drawings include brief descriptive captions with location and date.
Fannie E. Hawley sketchbook of California landscapes, BANC PIC 2020.008, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Purchase ; from McBride Rare Books ; 2019.
Fannie E. Hawley: born approximately 1855; documented as living in San Francisco as early as 1858; worked as a school teacher;
exhibited art at Mechanics Institute, S.F.
22 drawings in 1 volume : pencil on paper ; album 14 x 19 cm
BANC PIC 2020.008--PIC