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Arts Club of Chicago, Loan Exhibition of Modern Drawings and Sculpture Privately Owned by Chicagoans, exh. cat. (Chicago: Arts Club, 1930), cat. 162, as Head.
Chicago, Arts Club, Loan Exhibition of Modern Drawings and Sculptures Privately Owned by Chicagoans, Jan. 3–17, 1930, cat. 162, as Head.
Samuel Marx (1885-1964), Chicago, by 1930 [Chicago 1930]; by descent to his wife, Florene May Schoenborn (died 1995), New York; Estate of Florene May Schoenborn, New York, 1995; bequeathed to the Art Institute of Chicago, Sept. 3, 1997.
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