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Purchased with funds provided by Mrs. James Ward Thorne
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Art Institute of Chicago, “Photographs from the Permanent Collection,” March 20–May 30, 1976. (Miles Barth)
New York, NY, Whitney Museum of American Art, “Walker Evans/Dan Graham,” December 17 - March 21, 1993.
Rotterdam, Netherlands, Witte de With, “Walker Evans/Dan Graham,” August 29–October 11, 1992; traveled to Marseille, France, Musee Cantini, November 6, 1992–January 10, 1993; Munster, Germany, Westfalisches Landesmuseum fur Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, February 14–March 28, 1993; and New York, New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, December 17, 1993 -March 21, 1994.
Art Institute of Chicago, Gallery 10 Permanent Collection Rotation, May 28-November 6, 2016.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Photography + Folk Art: Looking for America in the 1930s,” September 21, 2019–January 19, 2020. (Galleries 1–4) (Elizabeth Siegel and Elizabeth McGoey)
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