Adeline Pond Adams

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Adeline Valentine Pond Adams (1859–1948) was an American writer[1] and wife of Herbert Adams. The chief subject of her writings were American fine artists and art history. At least seven published texts were written by her.[2] On December 14, 1930 she was awarded a Special Medal of Honor by the National Sculpture Society.

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  1. ^ Fern K. Meyers, James B. Atkinson (2005). New Hampshire's Cornish Colony. Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 0-7385-3753-5. 
  2. ^ "Works by or about Adeline Pond Adams in libraries (WorldCat catalog)". Retrieved April 21, 2008.