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Charles Deering (d. 1927), Marycel, Sitges, near Barcelona, before 1922 [according to note in curatorial file]; given to his daughter, Mrs. Chauncey McCormick (d. 1965), Chicago, by 1922, when it was on loan to the museum [according to receipt in Registrar’s file]; given to the museum, 1962 [according to receipt in Registrar’s file].
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