Artwork and print collection, 1905-[ca. 1988].

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Tanner, Henry Ossawa, 1859-1937. Artwork and print collection, 1905-[ca. 1988].

Artwork and print collection, 1905-[ca. 1988].

Collection consists of paintings, architectural drawings, photographs, busts, and other artwork donated by alumni and friends of Cheyney University of Pennsylvania.

ca. 60 items.

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