The following information was submitted in September of 2006 by Jackie Heinl:
Born in Pittsburgh, Charles Linford would later move to Philadelphia, New York and would spend his final years in New Jersey. He died in Plainford, New Jersey at a young age of 51. As a young painter he was a member of the "Gillespie Group," which was a loose collection of artists, including George Hetzel, Alfred S. Wall, Joseph R. Woodwell, David Gilmore Blythe and Jasper Lawman.
Linford was one of the first artists to discover Scalp Level*, a small town, which became a favorite artists' place until the late 1890s. He was a student of George Hetzel and one of the initial artists to visit Scalp Level, a small town near Joh
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