Descriptive Cataloge of an Exhibition of Oriental Rugs: From the Collection of James Franklin Ballard Exhibited in Gallery Fifty and on the Main Staircase From, November 28, 1922, to February, 1923

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Art Institute of Chicago, 1922 - Rugs - 90 pages
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