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Page 2. --A-- S. I. 9 & 10 Ajanta Frescoes, being reproductions in color and monochromes of frescoes in some of the caves in Ajanta after copies taken in the years 1909-1911. By Lady Herringham and her assistants, with introductory essays by various members of the India Society. Published by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, London, 1915, for the India Society. S. I.967 Akiyama, Aisabers A Brief History of Pictorial Japan. S. I.968 Akiyama, Aisabers Sights of the Capital S. I.969 Akiyama, Aisabers Chronological Lists of Japanese and Chinese Dynasties. S.I. 12. Albarello, The. A Study in Early Renaissance Maiolica. By Henry Wallis. Illustrated by the author. Limited edition of 250 copies - No. 195 Published by Bernard Quaritch, London, 1904. S. I. 238. Albemarle, The. A Monthly Review issued in London. Volume I, January, 1892. Contains reproduction of a lithograph by Whistler. S. I. 918. 30 Catalogues of the Albright Art Gallery and Buffalo Academy of Fine Arts, issued during the years, 1905-1917, both inc., omitting the years 1914-1915. Added, 6/26/22. 3 copies,Jan,1920.Jan.1921.Jan.1922. 3/33 S. I. 239. Alcock, Sir Rutherford. Art and Art Industries in Japan. Allen, Horace H.-compiled by S. I. 394. Things Korean. S. I. 738/740 Collection of Ancient Korean Pottery formerly owned by Mr. Allen - articles pertaining theretc. S. I. 741 Some of the Chief Events in the Foreign Intercourse of Korea from the beginning of the Christian Era to the 20th Century. S. I. 844. Alouf, Michel M. History of Baalbek S. I. 972 Alhambra Vase - Note on - (P) R. Gottheil.
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