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American printmaking before 1876 :fact, fiction, and fantasy : papers presented at a symposium held at the Library of Congress, June 12 and 13, 1972.

Collection Type
Books
Originator
Library of Congress.
Publication
Washington : Library of Congress ; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.
Contents
Prints, the camera, and historical accuracy / Josephine Cobb -- Pictorial responses to the caning of Senator Sumner / David Tatham -- Andrew Jackson in cartoon and caricature / Nancy R. Davison -- Prints as documents of early American history / Frank H. Sommer III -- Revivalist themes in American prints and folksongs / Elizabeth Gilmore Holt -- Little Loretto, Kentucky / Edgar Breitenbach -- Illustrated news in early American prints / Peter C. Marzio -- Prints of the Mexican War as historical sources / Ronnie C. Tyler -- Amiable frauds / Frederick S. Hicks.
Date
1975.
Description
iv, 79 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Proceedings of the 3d of a series of meetings; proceedings of the 2d are entered under title: Boston prints and printmakers, 1670-1775; the 4th, under title: Philadelphia printmaking.
Sponsored by the Library of Congress.
ISBN
0844401684
9780844401683
GUSN
273214
Call Number
Stacks NE506.A43 1975
Descriptive terms
Printmakers
Prints, American 18th century
Prints, American 19th century
Material Type
Congresses.
In art Congresses.
Places
United States

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