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    • Title: Catalog of the works of art exhibited at the 24th reception on Mar. 11th 1872, being the first chronological exhibition of American art.
      • Author: Brooklyn Art Association
      • Description: [1], 30 p. : 3 plates, 13 photographs ; 34 cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries. Special Collections
      • Imprint: [Brooklyn: s.n., 1872]
      • Date: 1872
      • Call Number: N858 Un3 B78 1872b
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    A rare exhibition catalogue documenting the first historical survey of American painting in the United States. The exhibition was held on Montague Street in Brooklyn, New York, in 1872.

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