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South Family, Mount Lebanon Shaker Village, Mount Lebanon, New York, for use within the community; possibly sold after 1875; private collection in western New Hampshire; with Thomas C. Queen, Columbus, Ohio by 2016; sold to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2016.
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