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John Singleton Copley, Boston, 1770 to 1774. Samuel Eddy Barrett, Chicago, by 1912; by descent to Mrs. Samuel Eddy Barrett, Chicago, from 1912 to 1924; by descent to Miss Adela Barrett, Brookline, MA, from 1924 to 1956; bequeathed to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1957.
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