Adrews, Doris (1920–2003)

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Adrews, Doris (1920–2003)

American preservationist and watercolorist. Born Doris Bass, Aug 14, 1920, in Louisville, Kentucky; died May 25, 2003, in Danbury, Connecticut; attended Erskine School in Boston and Art Students League in Manhattan; m. Sperry Andrews, 1947; children: Catherine Barrett Andrews, Charles Sperry Andrews IV, and Albert Ballard Andrews.

With husband, pursued the preservation of Weir Farm (now the Weir Farm National Historic Site) in Ridgefield and Wilton, CT, with programs for both artists and the public.

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