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Fenollosa, Ernest F. 

S. I. 299.    Pacific Era. A monthly magazine, Vol. I, November 1907, 
               containing and article entitled  'The Collection of Mr. 
               Charles Freer. (11 copies.)

S. I.300/301. Epochs of Chinese and Japanese Art. (In 2 volumes.)


S. I.302/303. The Masters of the Ukiyoe. (2 paper-covered and 1 leather- 
               bound copies.)

S. I. 717.    Review of The Chapter on Painting in Conae's "L'Art 
               Japonais." (2 copies.)

S. I. 718.    Lotos, The. Vol. IX, No. 8, Februrary, 1896, containing an 
               article entitled "The  Symbolism of the Lotos."

S. I.719/710. Lotos, The. Vol. IX, No. 9 and 10, March and April, 1896, 
               containing and article entitled "The Nature of Fine Art."

S. I. 762.    Introduction to Hokusai and his School. Catalogue of the 
               Department of Japanese Art. Museum of Fine Arts. Boston 
               1893. 

S. I. 804.    Introduction to Catalogues of a Special Exhibition of 
               Ancient Chinese Buddhist Paintings lent by the Daitokuji 
               Temple, Kyoto. . Held in the Museum of Fine Art, Boston 
               1894. 

S. I. 962.    Fenollosa and Pound, Ezra: The Noh Drama.

S. I. 977.    Fenollosa Memorials - Harvard and Japan. (P.)

S. I. 996.    An appreciation  of E.F.F. in Japanese text, accompanied 
              by type-written translation. 

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