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M. Henry Bonnefoi
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Detroit Publishing Co. (AKA Detroit Photographic Co.)
Holmes Company, Inc., Chicago, IL [for Guy B. Holmes]
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Luigi Corti
Alice Cranston Fenner (of Artyle Studios)
E. Conyne Daly
Leon Emile Fernand Danchin
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Walt Disney Company
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Karl Herzog
Mindy Hesslink
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Willy Jäger (AKA Willy Jager)
Dennis Barraclough & James Vullo (1914-1999)
Lawrence Josset
Sarita Kennedy Arden
Joseph Keppler, Jr. (AKA Uto J. Keppler)
Michael Killelea
Alonzo Kimball
Willy Köchler
Karoline Korössy (Korossy)
L. Kreitz
Western New York Land Conservancy
Maria Laurendi
Sir Thomas Lawrence, PRA, FRS
Le Roy
Sir Frederick Leighton, PRA
Bernard Lignon
Ivan Lindhé
Niagara Lithograph Co.
Gray Lithographic Co., NY
Antonio Lonza
Mario Mariani
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Mill Road Scenic Overlook
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Geoff Mowery
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Cindi O'Mara
Emanuel Oberhauser (or Emmanuel Oberhauser)
Susan Z. Ott
Hickok & Pate, NY
Henry Greenwood Peabody
Ruth Carolyn Percival
Laura Perillo
Columbia Pictures Corporation
Peter Potter
Taber Prang Art Co.
Sherrill Primo
GG Co. Publishing
Hatcher Publishing Co. (AKA Hatcher-Fagin Pub. Co.)
Aldo Rando
H.W. Ranger
Joanna Ransom
National Remembrance Shop, Washington, DC
Review of Reviews Company, NY
Inge Riches
John A. Ruthven
F. Schenkel
Kath Schifano
Pieter Hendrik Schor
Tavik Frantisek Simon
Buffalo Society of Artists
Norine Spurling
Frederick A. Stokes Company
Artyle Studios (also Cranston-Fenner Studio)
Thomas Sully
Ivor I.J. Symes (AKA Ivor Isaac John Symes)
M.F. Tobin Litho, NY, U.S.A
Raphael Tuck & Son's Publishing
G.J. Unknown
George Frederic Watts
Kathy Weber
Joseph Quinn Whipple, Sr.
James A. McNeill Whistler
Alfred Wierusz-Kowalski
Judy Winklhofer
Milo Winter
John Witcombe
WNY Members of the National Collage Society
Thomas Waterman Wood
Lee Woodward Zeigler
Owen Cullen Yates
Frank A. Stockwell
Frank Abner Stockwell (American, 1890-1970) was a Buffalo, NY painter, illustrator, theater actor, humorist and reverend born in Worcester, MA on January 25, 1890 to Frank A. Stockwell and Addie Lincoln Stockwell. His general education was in Worcester and later studied at the Theological School of St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY, graduating in June, 1917. He resided in Buffalo, NY after 1918 and married Mabel (née Durkee) of Morrisville, VT on September 28, 1918. The couple had two children, Phyllis Marion and Donald Lincoln. During his career, Frank first worked for the Kardex-Rand Company in Tonawanda, NY, and also in sales for Moore Business Forms. He later opened his own commercial art studio in Buffalo, and resided at 4 Otis Place in the city. During WWI he was an Army chaplain with the rank of 1st Lieutenant.

Stockwell was a member of and exhibited with the Buffalo Society of Artists, and also served as president from 1950-51. As an illustrator he specialized in humorous art and inspirational posters for various sales campaigns. As a theater actor, he worked with the Buffalo Players, performing as “Capt. Kearney” in the one-act production of Ile, as well as several roles for productions with the Buffalo Consistory Players, such as: “The Drain Man” in The Servant in the House, and as “The Professor” in A Night Off. In addition he was also a club entertainer and after-dinner humorist.

Frank spent his later years in Morrisville, VT, where he continued to paint and was also a clergyman of the Universalist Church. He was a Freemason for more than fifty-three years, achieving the level of 33rd Degree, and received the Meritorious Service Award of the Scottish Rite in 1944 for service beyond the call of duty. He died on February 2, 1970 in Morrisville, VT.

Memberships/Associations: Buffalo Society of Artists, president (1950-51), Buffalo, NY; Vermont Artists Association; Buffalo Players, Buffalo, NY; Scottish Rite Freemasons, Buffalo, NY; DeMolay Lodge 498, and member of entertainment committee, Buffalo, NY; F.&A.M., Buffalo, NY; Buffalo Consistory, Buffalo, NY; Ismalia Shrine Temple, and member of entertainment committee, Buffalo, NY; Rose-Croix, Buffalo, NY; Palmont Lodge of Perfection, Palmont Council, Princes of Jerusalem.

Collections: Buffalo Masonic Consistory, for the painting “Degree Night in the Robing Room”, Buffalo, NY.

Awards/Honors: Meritorious Service Award of the Scottish Rite, Freemasons, (1944).

(Sources: The Buffalo Artists Register, Edited by Lee F. Heacock, Vol. 1, Published by the Heacock Publishing Corporation, Buffalo, NY, 1926;, online digitized newspaper article, obituary and portrait photo, Buffalo Courier-Express, “Rev. Frank Stockwell Dies; Ex-Buffalo Artist”, Pg. 14, Tuesday, February 3, 1970, PDF Buffalo NY Courier Express 1970 - 2354.pdf;, exhibition catalog, “Spring Exhibition: Past Presidents of the Buffalo Society of Artists”, PDF R2016.0226.001.pdf;, The Burlington Free Press (Burlington, VT), Pg. 10, Monday, November 20, 1916;, brief biographical information;, brief biographical information.)