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Gift of the Antiquarian Society through Mrs. James C. Hutchins Jr.
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The Antiquarian Society of The Art Institute of Chicago: A Pictorial Revew of Notable Objects in its Collections and Notes on the Society’s Aims and History, Chicago, 1951, no. 55 (ill.), as sugar tongs.
Art Institute of Chicago, The Antiquarian Society: The First One Hundred Years, Apr. 23–June 19, 1977, cat.209, as Sugar Scissors
Prudence (Mrs. John) Chace (sic) (1759–1836), Providence, RI, by 1836; by descent to Miss F. L. Chace, La Grange, IL, by 1949; sold to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1949.
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