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----E--- Etchings - Continued from page 131: S. I. 580. Concerning the Etchings of J. McNeill Whistler. Introduction by Joseph Pennell. Frederick Keppel & Co., New York. 1 paper-covered copy, illustrated. S. I. 611/614. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Etchings and Dry-points of James Abbott McNeill Whistler. By Howard Mansfield. Published by The Caxton Club, Chicago, 1909 4 copies, bound in paper and cloth. S. I. 629. The Great Painter-Etchers from Rembrandt to Whistler. By Malcolm C. Salaman. Published by "The Studio," Ltd. London - Paris, - New York, 1914. 1 copy bound in paper and cloth, illustrated. S. I. 630. The Etched Work of Whistler. Compiled, arranged and described by E. G. Kennedy. Introduction by Royal Cortissoz. Published by Grolier Club, New York, 1910. 1 copy bound in paper and cloth. (3 portfolio of reproductions in Blue Room Vault.) S. I. 641. Whistler's Etchings. Impression of 57 plates printed by the Fine Arts Society, Ltd. S. I. 666 American Etchers. [[underline]]By Frederick Keppel & Co., 1886[[\underline]] 1 paper-covered copy. S. I. 667. The Modern Disciples of Rembrandt, and What Etchings Are. [[underline]]By Frederick Keppel[[\underline]] 1 paper-covered copy. S. I. 910. International Society of Sculptures, Painters and Gravers Exhibition 1905. pp. 22, etc. 1 paper-covered copy. S. I. 915. Charles Meryon A Collection of Etchings and Drawings. By Edward Duff Balkan. S. I. 3119. J. Harson Purdy Print Collection. New York 1917. S. I. 1036 Etchings of James McNeill Whistler [[underline]]By Campbell Dodgson[[\underline]] Published by The Studio Magazine, London, 1922.
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