The Eudora Welty House Education and Visitors Center includes a Gift Shop, featuring the prints listed below as well as Welty-related postcards, key chains, books and more. Information about making a tax-deductible gift to the Eudora Welty Foundation can be found at the Eudora Welty Foundation website.
In 2003, the Department unveiled the first in a series of five woodcut prints of Welty by her longtime friend and collaborator Barry Moser, a National Book Award-winning illustrator. The print series shows Welty at various ages.
Each original relief engraving is in a limited edition of 100 and has been signed and numbered by the artist. Moser is generously donating the prints to the Department to raise money to help support the Eudora Welty House and Garden.
All are printed on acid-free paper. Each print is $250 plus applicable tax and shipping.
In 1997, the series Home Places: 5 Photographs by Eudora Welty was issued as the first limited edition set of black-and-white prints in a planned series from the Mississippi Department of Archives and History. All of the photographs depict scenes of daily life in Mississippi during the 1930s.
Of the original five prints, only numbers four and five are still available for purchase. They are titled “Girl Dancing, Jackson” and “Going to town, Utica” respectively. They were printed from original negatives in the Welty Collection of MDAH on 11" x 14" sheets of silver paper, toned, and unmounted.
The image size is determined by the format of the negative. Each photograph bears the imprint for the Welty Collection and MDAH and is numbered. They sell individually for $100 plus applicable tax and shipping.
This photograph was originally taken by Eudora Welty in Greneda, MS in the 1930s. It has been reprinted by the Eudora Welty Foundation as a limited edition print.
Each print is 16" x 20" and sells for $1,000 plus applicable tax and shipping. Our gift shop has a display-only copy of this print.
Visit the Eudora Welty Foundation website for more information on how to purchase a print of "Window Shopping."
All proceeds support the Eudora Welty Foundation.