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BOOKS BY MR. HUNTER

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TAPESTRIES, THEIR ORIGIN, HISTORY AND RENAISSANCE.
The authoritative handbook. With 145 halftones and four plates in color. Printed on Normandy vellum, with uncut pages 8 1/2X11, bound in Japanese vellum, and boxed. $12.50.

HOME FURNISHING. With 107 illustrations. 8vo. Cloth, $2.00.

INSIDE THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. A decorative novel with sprightly conversations and 36 illustrations. Large 12mo. Cloth. $1.35

ITALIAN FURNITURE AND INTERIORS. Two hundred large plates illustrating the collections of the Villa Palmieri, Villa Pia, Davanzati Palace, Metropolitan Museum of Art, South Kensington Museum, Cluny Museum, Florence National Museum, etc. The text by Mr. Hunter supplies a descriptive background, making clear the relations of the different pieces to one another, and to the furniture of other countries and other ages. $40.00

DECORATIVE TEXTILES. An extra-illustrated book on Wall, Floor and Furniture coverings, including damasks, brocades and velvets, laces, embroideries, carpets and rugs modern and Oriental, chintzes and cretonnes, wall papers, drapery and furniture trimmings, tooled and illuminated leathers. Twenty-seven color plates, besides hundreds in black and white. 4to. $25.00.

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[[underline]] Fall Announcement [[/underline]]

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[[handwritten]]Mrs. Glaenzer [[/handwritten]]

is invited by

Mr. George Leland Hunter

to become a member of any
of his courses
at the 

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Season of 1922-23
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