Belle Kinney and Leopold Scholz Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0639

  • Staff Only

Dates

  • 1908 - 1952

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The following is a list of the compositions, portrait busts, reliefs, etc. created by Belle Kinney Scholz individually, or in collaboration with Leopold F. Scholz:

1908 – Richard Owen Memorial - State Capitol, Indiana

1913 – Joseph G. Johnston statue- Dalton, GA

1917 – Monument for State of Mississippi

1919 – General A. P. Stewart- Chattanooga, TN

1923 - Restoration and re-creation of the two pediments for the Nashville Reproduction of the original Parthenon at Athens, Greece

1926 - Philip Lindsley Memorial -Peabody College in Nashville, TN

1926 – Monument to Women of the Confederacy- Nashville, TN

1928 – Portrait bust of Andrew Jackson- Hall of Fame, New York University

1928 – Portrait statue of Andrew Jackson- U.S. Capitol, Washington, DC

1929 - Victory statue for the Tennessee World War Memorial- Nashville, TN

1931 - Portrait statue of General John Sevier- U.S. Capitol, Washington, DC

1933 – Victory statue for the New York City World War Memorial

1938 – Portrait bust of Admiral Albert Gleaves- U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD

Extent

11 Linear Feet (7 Hollinger, 3 Half-Hollinger, 5 flat boxes)

Language of Materials

English

Physical Location

Offsite Storage, Special Collections & Archives
Title
Finding Aid for the Belle Kinney and Leopold Scholz Papers
Status
Partially Processed
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Vanderbilt University Special Collections Repository

Contact:
Jean and Alexander Heard Library
419 21st Avenue South
Nashville TN 37203 United States


 

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