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Malcolm K. Whyte (died 1967), Milwaukee, WI, from 1957 [this and the following according to Parsons 1962 and Newbury 2014]; given to the Milwaukee Public Museum, 1960 or 1961 [according to correspondence from Milwaukee Public Museum, Apr. 25, 2002, MPM accession number A51281/18046; incoming permanent receipt RX3573, June 16, 1961, copies in curatorial object file, Arts of the Americas]; by exchange to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1961.
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