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    • Title: Exhibition of Chinese paintings / part of the collection of Professor Isaac Taylor Headland, Ph.D., Peking university, March 13th to 19th 1909.
      • Author: Headland, Isaac Taylor, 1859-1942.
      • Description: 16 p. ; 24cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries.
      • Imprint: New York : Century Club, 1909.
      • Date: 1909
      • Call Number: ND2081.5 H34
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