A0047 – Bernard Preston Thomas Collection
Title: Bernard Preston Thomas Collection
Date span: c. 1990s
Physical description: .5 linear ft. (1 box)
Language note: English
Restriction on Access: The collection is available for supervised use by appointment during normal Boynton Beach City Library hours. Users are required to complete a registration form and comply with the library’s regulations governing use.
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Acquisition Information: Includes a collage of Bernard Thomas art, gift of Eugene Moore (2016.013)
Preferred Citation: Collection title including series, box, and folder numbers, Boynton Beach City Library
Historical Note: Born in Sheridan WY in 1918, Thomas was a successful artist and art teacher who divided his time between Boynton Beach and his hometown in Wyoming. He is particularly noted for his murals, greeting cards, and art classes. Died 1994.
Scope and Content Note: Collection of information about Bernard Preston Thomas. Includes some copies of examples of his work.
Thomas, Bernard Preston (1918-1994)
Processing Information: Collection processed in c. 2017 / sms
Date of Finding Aid: April 2019 / gc
Exhibits, programs and other information
- By Bernard Preston Thomas
- From Bernard Preston Thomas
Photographs, including portrait of the artist and a few photos of his work
- Advertising for Bernard Preston Thomas' work
- Books about Bernard Preston Thomas
- Brochures about Bernard Preston Thomas' work
Research about Bernard Preston Thomas – printouts from the internet
Oversized item in Flat Files, Drawer 18, Folder 9:Poster of mural images compiled by former Mayor Eugene Moore*