Alfred T. Renfro
|Alfred T. Renfro|
Renfro as caricatured by Frank Calvert
October 13, 1877|
|Died||September 8, 1964
Santa Barbara, California
Alfred T. Renfro (October 13, 1877 – September 8, 1964) was an artist, editorial cartoonist, photographer and architect who lived in Santa Barbara, California and Seattle, Washington.
He made efforts to help establish an arts colony near Seattle, Washington, and was a co-founder of the Beaux Arts Village. He worked for the Seattle times as an art director and editorial cartoonist and was a member of the Seattle Cartoonists' Club. He contributed many illustrations to the club's book, The Cartoon; A Reference Book of Seattle's Successful Men, along with his friend Frank Calvert, who copyrighted the book.
- The Cartoon; A Reference Book of Seattle's Successful Men, Frank Calvert (ed.), Metropolitan Press, Seattle, 1911. Online text
- 12th Session of the Washington State Legislature by Alfred T. Renfro, with illustrations by W. C. McNulty (Von-A), W. C. Morris, and Frank Calvert. Three of the cartoonists again included sketches of themselves. Online text
- Roland Putnam Burnham, Jr., (Alfred T. Renfro's son-in-law), submitted to AskArt.com. Alfred Renfro (1877 - 1964) Archived September 2, 2014, at the Wayback Machine.
- Braarud Fine Art. "Sydney Mortimer Laurence". Archived from the original on 2012-02-04. Retrieved 2012-02-15.
- "Seattle Post Intelligencer". Retrieved 2012-02-15.[permanent dead link]
- The Twelfth Session of the Washington State Legislature, by Alfred T. Renfro, Seattle, 1911, page 164
- Washington Secretary of State Wiki, Seattle Star