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This latest volume of the American Art Annual is an even more inspiring record of American activity in the field of art than every before. . . . No other publication covers all the subjects included.
-The Art News.

The most important book on art issued each year in the United States is, perhaps, the American Art Annual. It is without a rival in the field it covers, being a complete reference volume on contemporary art activities in the country.-The Art Digest.

No other publication is a rival. The volume has no parallel in its scope and arrangement of data
-Chicago Art World.

An important reference book, the American Art Annual, is listed in the Booklist for the first time in this issue. Attention is called to it here because it is an unusually useful aid, giving readily a great deal of information otherwise difficult to secure.-Editorial notes, April 1931, The Booklist, American Library Association.

The American Art Annual is a most valuable publication and I do not see how any one interested in Art can get along without it.-Ruel P. Tolman, Chief Director Graphic Arts, United States National Museum.

The American Art Annual is a publication of the greatest value. We use it constantly and find it indispensable.-C. Powell Minnegerode, Director, Corcoran Gallery Of Art.
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