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As New with No dust jacket as issued. Publisher's photographic wraps. Profusely illustrated with color and B&W photographs. Edited by Terri J. Edelstein. Afterword by James N. Wood. Historian Neil Harris examines the ideals and ambitions of the Art Institute at its founding, and the social and philanthropic activities of the late nineteenth century that shaped it. Archival photographs document the architectural growth, major exhibitions, and other important events in the life of the institution. A selection of masterpieces, reproduced in full color, charts the growth of the Art Institute's world-famous collection. The volume is in perfect, pristine condition, unmarked, unread, tight, square, and clean. AS NEW. Photographs. Small 4to 9"-11" tall. 64 pp.
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