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Dawn at the Alamo

D.A. Woodward (McArdle's Teacher) to McArdle, August 29, 1889

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D.A. Woodward, August 1889

Harry A. McArdle


Artist


Independence


Texas

Baltimore, Aug: 29th. 1889

Harry A. McArdle.

Dear Sir.

            Your favor of the


12th inst. came duly to hand


with photo. of your design for


the "Fall of the Alamo" and papers


relating thereto, asking my


"severest criticism".

            Would have replied much


sooner but I desired ample


time to examin[e] thoroughly


and give the subject the


attention its importance


demands. While my time


is so much occupied with


other matters exacting my


closest attention that I really


have not been able to do

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D.A. Woodward (McArdle's Teacher) to McArdle, August 29, 1889, The McArdle Notebooks, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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