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1. Brown University
Providence, R. I. 
Still Life by first year student (oil)
Landscape by first year student (oil)
(Rear Gallery)

2. Cincinnati Art Museum
Cincinati, Ohio
Reclining Figure by Harry Gothard (oil)
Portrait by Richard Mathers (oil)
Sketch for Mural Decoration by Olga Mohr
Group of designs 
(Rear Gallery)

3. Converse College
Spartanburg, S. C. 
Studio drawings 
(Gallery Hall)

4. Cornell University
Ithaca, N. Y. 
Portrait by L. B. Carver (oil)
Still Life by H. C. Bebb (water color)
Life drawings, architectural and mural plans 
(Middle Gallery)

5. Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire
Woodcuts by Abner J. Epstein
Linoleum cuts by K. R. Fall
Sculpture in wood by W.C. Wolff
(Research Institute)

6. Dayton Art Institute
Dayton, Ohio
Still Life by Irene Huffman (oil)
Head by Robert Koepnick (sculpture)
Watercolors by Margaret Chatterton and William Payne
Group of Photographs
(Front Gallery)

7. Florida State College for Women
Tallahassee, Florida
Studies by Class in Lettering
Studies by Class in Perspective
(Research Institute - Hall)

8. Howard University
Washington, D. C. 
Linoleum Cuts by Leroy Jones and Janice Brent
Group of Christmas cards, five-tone compositions and textile studies
(Front Gallery)

9. Iowa State College of Agriculture
Ames, Iowa
Large group of linen block prints, textile design plates, batiks, interior decoration and stitchery
(Second Floor)

10. John Herron Art Institute 
Indianapolis, Indiana
Two portrait studies (oils)

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Two still lifes (oils)
Interior (water colors)
Two landscapes by Charles C. Crawford and Robt. Selby (water colors)
Nude by Robt. Selby (water color)
Flower painting (water color)
Group of posters and calendar designs
(Rear Gallery)

11. Kansas State Agricultural College
Manhattan, Kansas 
Grain Elevators by R. R. Wagner (water color)
Elevators in Snow by R. I. Lockard (water color)
Two architectural water color sketches
(Middle Gallery)

12. University of Kansas 
Lawrence, Kansas
Large Exhibition of designs for draperies and textiles
(Rear Gallery)

13. University of Kentucky
Lexington, Kentucky
Linoleum Cuts by Rita Mount and Mildred Shute
Dry Points by Mildred Shute, Clara Wiltse and Anna Louise Rice
Etchings by Anna Louise Rice, Mildred Shute, Katherine Grief and Edward Porter
Aquatint by Anna Louise Rice
(Front Gallery)

14. Milwaukee-Downer College
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Advertising designs. Christmas cards, block prints, posters, carpet and tapestry designs, book covers, stage and interior designs
(Research Institute - Second Floor)

15. College of Fine Arts
New York University, New York City, N. Y. 
Still life by H. Clark (oil)
Water colors by S. Goldberg, Anthony Zawatzky, Arthur A. Schiller, J. Crisafulli and Liebman
Pastel by H. Clark
Project by Milton Kirchman
Historical and furniture designs, life drawings, architectural ornaments and plaster heads
(Middle Gallery)

16. Oberlin College
Oberlin, Ohio
Oil paintings by Hazel Bell, Elizabeth Algeo and Mary Dann 
Watercolors by Mary Dann and Elizabeth Tuckley
Drawings by Hazel Bell and Horace Agnew
Pen and Ink by Jeraldine Harder
Designs for silks

17. Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey
Marblehead Bay, Nos. 1 and 11 by C. E. Hewitt (watercolor)
New Jersey Landscape by C. E. Hewitt (water color)
Laughing Silo by William McMillan (water color)
Windmill, Holland, by M. W. Jacobus (water color)
Architectural projects 
(Front Gallery)

18. Rhode Island School of Design
Providence, Rhode Island
Head of Man by Mary Howard (oil)
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