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    • Title: Catalogue of Mohammedan art, comprising a collection of early objects excavated under the supervision of H. Kevorkian exhibited from January 17th to February 10th, 1912, inclusive, at the Folsom Galleries, 396 Fifth Avenue, New York.
      • Author: Kevorkian, Hagop K.
      • Description: 30 l. front. 8°.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Library Collection
      • Imprint: [New York, 1912.]
      • Date: 1912
      • Call Number: N6260 F73
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