Inventory of Rebecca Salsbury James Collection 1935-1955

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Inventory of Rebecca Salsbury James Collection, 1935-1955

Inventory of Rebecca Salsbury James Collection 1935-1955

This collection contains essays and exhibition catalogs of works by Rebecca Salsbury James at the Museum of Fine Arts and Martha Jackson Gallery. This collection also contains black and white photographs that depict paintings on glass by the artist. All material in this Collection is to be found in Oversize Boxes (O.B.) 22 and 23.

2 oversize boxes

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