Very Good. Art Institute of Chicago, Museum Studies, Vol. 27, No. 1 [Published Date: 2001]. Softcover, 104 pp. Very Good/ NO dust jacket Glossy illustrated soft covers have light bumping and creasing to edges and corners and light overall scuffing. Binding tight. Pages clean and unmarked. NOT Ex-Library. NO remainder marks. Nice color and b&w illustrations throughout.
Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding and hinges. Clean, bright pages. Wraps have light handling wear. Contents: Walker and Kunny, Introduction. Foner, The Civil War and the Story of American Freedom. Savage, Molding Emancipation: John Quincy Adams Ward's The Freedman and the Meaning of the Civil War. Miller, Albert Bierstadt, Landscape Aesthetics, and the Meanings of the West in the Civil War Era. Conn and Walker, The Histoyr in the Art: Painting the Civil War. Vendryes, Race Identity/Identifying Race: Robert S. Duncanson and Nineteenth-Century American Painting. Notes.; 10.25" tall; 104 pages.
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