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Milo Naeve, “Colonial Banking to Contemporary Collecting” Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago 71, 6 (November–December 1977), 1–7 (ill. figs. 1–2).
Jonathan Bassett Nichols (1799-1863), Middlebury, MA and Providence, RI; to George Henry Nichols (1823-1900), Providence, RI and Brooklyn, NY; to George Edward Nichols (1848-1922), Providence, RI and New York, NY; to Frederick Harris Nichols (1872-1953), Greenwich, CT and Brooklyn, NY; to George Harris Nichols (born 1899), Greenwich, CT and Charlottesville, VA; sold to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1976.
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