The University Gallery and the Center for Latin American Studies Present Los Olmecas, the Parent Civilization of Mesoamerica: Artifacts on Loan from Major Museums and Collectors in the U.S. and Photography
Catalog of exhibit held April, 1981, as part of events commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of formal programs in Latin American studies at the University of Florida.
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