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    • Title: A selection from the works of four living masters of etching : Bone, Cameron, Lepère and Zorn / with an introduction by David Keppel ... October 20 to November 14, 1914.
      • Author: Frederick Keppel & Co.
      • Description: 18 p.,1 L. ; 23 X 11cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Library Collection
      • Imprint: New York : F. Keppel, [1914].
      • Date: 1914
      • Call Number: NE1410 K44f
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