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American Ceramics--See Ceramics American.
s. I. 49  American Exploration Society. 
            Gournia, Vasiliki and other Prehistoric Sites on   
            the Isthmus of Hurapetha, Crete.
               By Harriet Boyd Hawes and assistants
S. I. 666. American Etchers.
               By Frederick Keppel. 
S. I. 669. American Fine Arts Society. Report on Organization 
             and the Work for the First Year, 1891.
                Pamphlet.
                Published by the American Institute of 
                Architects.
S. I. 401. American Masters of Painting, being a brief 
           appreciation of some American painters. 
           (Unillustrated copy).  
                By Charles H. Caffin.
                Published by Doubleday, Page & Co., New 
                York, 1902.
S. I. 913. Article on the Ancient Chinese bronzes at the 
           American Museum of Natural History. 
                American Oriental Society, Reprint from the 
                Journal of the. Volume XXX, Part 1, 1909. 
S. I. 846. A Door from the Madrasah of Barkuk.
                By Richard J. H. Gottheil
S. I. 904. The Mystery of Fu-lin.
                By Professor Friedrich Hirth
S. I. 847. American Oriental Society, Reprint from the 
              Journal of the. Volume XXX, Part II, 1910.
              The Origin and History of the Minaret.
                 By Richard J. H. Gottheil
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