Paintings for West Virginia Pulp and Paper
Scope and Contents
The Paintings for West Virginia Pulp and Paper were made by Thomas Maitland Cleland for the West Virginia Pulp & Paper Company, manufacturers of Westvaco mill brand papers, for use in their advertising campaigns and annual calendars. The paintings, titled Industry and Export, were later owned by Melbert B. and Mary Flagler Cary. Industry appeared on the paper company's 1934 calendar. The painting titles are Industry and Export.
- circa 1934
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical Information on T. M. Cleland
Thomas Maitland Cleland (1880-1964) was an American illustrator, art director, and designer.
2 Item(s) : 2 paintings on board : gouache ; 75 x 149 cm (29.5 x 59 in.) in frame
Two gouache paintings on board.
Cary Graphic Arts Collection
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Mary Flagler Cary Charitable Trust, 1969
Finding aid encoded by Ella von Holtum in April 2020 from MARC record.
- Paintings for West Virginia Pulp and Paper
- Cary Graphic Arts Collection
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- April 2020
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