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Gift of the Antiquarian Society through Mrs. Albert D. Williams
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Milo M. Neave, Lynn Springer Roberts, et. al., A Decade of the Decorative Arts: The Antiquarian Society of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1986, no. 71 (ill.).
Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, A Decade of the Decorative Arts: The Antiquarian Society of the Art Institute of Chicago, Nov. 12, 1986 – Jan. 4, 1987, no. 71 (ill.).
Elizabeth Christie Brown (Mrs. Rufus) Learned (1842-1919) (m. Rufus Frederick Learned, 1868), Natchez, Mississippi; to her daughter, Louise Woodward Learned Metcalf (1871-1952); to her daughter, Louise Learned Metcalf Williams (1901-1993) (b. Natchez, Mississippi, 1901 - d. Illinois, 1993), Lake Forest, IL, by 1982; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1982
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