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Rooted in Chicago: Fifty Years of Textile Design Traditions
By Christa C. Mayer Thurman
Vol. 23, no. 1
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Table of Contents:
Introduction Angelo Testa Else Regensteiner and Julia McVicker Ben Rose Robert D. Sailors Eleanor and Henry Kluck Plates Technical Notes on Textile Printing Epilogue: A Curator’s Personal Recollections Catalogue Notes and Acknowledgments
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