Collection Number: P0119

Collection Title: Evelyn P. Lloyd Slide Show of "The Strudwicks: A Family of Artists", 1950s-1970s

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Size 1.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 132 items)
Abstract Slide show titled "The Strudwicks: A Family of Artists," created between 1973 and 1975 by Evelyn Lloyd a white pharmacist, Historic Hillsborough Commission member, and Hillsborough Board of Commissioners member. Boxes include handwritten identifications for slides, written on printed Kodak slide index cards. Title of slide show taken from one of the identification cards. Subject matter includes color transparencies of the Strudwick family house and studio in Hillsborough, North Carolina; a portrait of Shepperd Strudwick Sr., June 1958; and copy slides of wood carvings made by Shepperd Strudwick Sr., and paintings and pastels made by his sons Edmund Strudwick III and Clement Strudwick III.
Creator Evelyn P. Lloyd
Language English
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Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Evelyn P. Lloyd Slide Show of "The Strudwicks: A Family of Artists" #P0119, North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
May 2019 (Acc. 103598)
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Evelyn P. Lloyd is a white pharmacist who has been a member of Historic Hillsborough Commission since the 1970s and the member of Hillsborough Board of Commissioners since 1991.

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Slide show titled "The Strudwicks: A Family of Artists," created between 1973 and 1975, by Evelyn Lloyd, a white pharmacist and member of the Historic Hillsborough Commission and Hillsborough Board of Commissioners. Boxes include handwritten identifications for slides, written on printed Kodak slide index cards. Title of slide show taken from one of the identification cards. Subject matter includes color transparencies of the Strudwick family house and studio in Hillsborough, N.C.; a portrait of Shepperd Strudwick Sr., June 1958; copy slides of wood carvings made by Shepperd Strudwick Sr.; and paintings and pastels made by his sons Edmund Strudwick III and Clement Strudwick III.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Evelyn P. Lloyd Slide Show of "The Strudwicks: A Family of Artists," circa 1950s-1970s.

137 items.

Arrangement: Original order.

Processing information: Slides were not in numerical order in the slide carousels. Slides have been removed from carousels and placed in numerical order. There are 126 identifications written on the Kodak index cards, but the slide numbering on the second Kodak sheet jumps from 100 to 110 (skipping 101 through 110) and ends with slide 136. Slides from this point exhibit corrections (identification 114 is slide 104, for example). The last six slides have identifications written on the slide mounts, but are not included on the Kodak index cards; the slides are numbered 127, 128, 129 (and 136), 130, 140, and 141.

Image Box IB-P0119/1

"The Strudwicks: A Family of Artists,"1950s-1970s #P0119, Series: "Evelyn P. Lloyd Slide Show of "The Strudwicks: A Family of Artists," circa 1950s-1970s." IB-P0119/1

Black-and-White and Color 35mm Slides, Photographic Negatives, Photographic Prints, Printed Materials

137 Images

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Processing Information

Processed by: Stephen Fletcher and Patrick Cullom, May 2019

Encoded by: Patrick Cullom, June 2019

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