George Sprague seated at a piano, circa 1930-1939
- George Sprague seated at a piano, circa 1930-1939
- Connell, Will, 1898-1961
- Date Created
- [circa 1930-1939]
- Connell (Will) Papers
This is probably George Newman Sprague, an architect who earned his Master's Degree in Architecture from Harvard University, opened his office in Los Angeles in 1930, taught at USC and the Art Center, married Katherine Devlin in 1931, and who lived in Chadd's Ford, PA from 1947 on. Will Connell taught at the art Center during the time that Sprague was there.
Photograph of George Sprague, probably the architect, seated at a piano with sheet music titled "Santly's Successful Songs." There is a painting on the wall behind him and a vase of flowers on the piano.
- 1 photographic negative
- b&w nitrate negative
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