Papers, 1923-1969, n.y., n.d.

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Papers, 1923-1969, n.y., n.d.

Scrapbooks, correspondence, photographs, etc., of Dorothy Adlow, art critic and lecturer.

1 file box, 2 folders of photographs, 1 phonograph record, 5 reels of microfilm (M-115)

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SNAC Resource ID: 6386485

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