Collections of Saint-Gaudens
1) If I have a question about Saint-Gaudens, his family, or his art who should I ask?
2) What kinds of objects are in the collection at the site?
3) How are the collections kept in good condition?
The park is always working to keep the collection in good condition. Conservation work is done by the National Park Service Northeast Museum Collections Conservation Branch in Lowell, Massachusetts, or by other qualified institutions.
4) If I am doing research on Augustus Saint-Gaudens what do I do to access the archives and collection?
The major collection of archives about Saint-Gaudens is at the Rauner Library, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H. and can be reached at either (603) 646-0538 or at www.dartmouth.edu/~library/rauner/
5) I think I have a sculpture by Saint-Gaudens. Who can authenticate it?
The park cannot appraise works of art, but will be happy to provide a general assessment of a work of art, and whether or not it is by Saint-Gaudens.
6) If I want to donate an object to the park what is the procedure?
Contact the Curator, Henry Duffy
Did You Know?
Augustus Saint-Gaudens was one of the first people to eat corn flakes. The cereal was invented by John and Will Kellogg in 1894 and commercially produced in 1906. Saint-Gaudens corresponded with Dr. John Kellogg in his later years and was prescribed Corn Flakes as a health food.