We are very grateful to all those who have contributed to the creation of this web site. Your assistance was essential. We extend a special note of thanks to:

- RISD for allowing the use of the early class room photographs.

- The Providence Art Club for the photograph of its buildings on Thomas Street, formally Angell's Lane.

- Angel Dean, Administrative Coordinator/Archivist at the Providence Art Club for her research and guidance.

- Lee Teverow, Reference Librarian for the Providence Historical Society for her prompt research.

- Alfred T. D. Morris, Art Advisor and guidence with restoreation and cleaning

- Catherine Burt, Rhode Island Art Historian and owner of the Burt Gallery, 540 South Water Street, Providence RI, for her historical research of Arthur Douglas.

- Jane Brown for her assistance in hosting the May 18th through May 25th 1968 exhibition of Douglas' work at the Providence Watercolor Club.

- Laurie Whitehill Chong, Special Collections Librarian at the RISD Library for her research and guidance.

- J. D. Kay, of the Rhode Island Historical Society, Rights and Reproductions Technician, for scanning and recording Douglas' etchings in book form, entitled: Woodland Rambles, Ten Etchings of Nooks and Corners in Some Old Rhode Island Farms.

- Andrew Martinez, RISD Archivist, for allowing the viewing of historical records for Douglas’ eight terms of attendance at RISD.

- Marc Frechette, of the Minuteman Press, Seekonk, MA for his expertise in color reproduction.

- John K. Allen, of Allen Research for scanning the artwork and designing this web site.

The Rhode Island School of Design - the Rhode Island Historical Society - the Providence Art Club, are not affiliated or sponsors of this web site.

Joseph M. Driscoll all rights reserved.