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     Textiles- Occidental
S.I.29. Die Austellung von Meisterwerken Muhammedanescher Kunst in M√ľnchen, 1910. (in 3 volumes with S.I. 27 and 28). By F.R. Martin and F. Sarre.
S.I.52. Kelekian Objects Sold at Auction at American Art Association, 1903.
S.I.55. La Collection Kelekian. Etoffes et Tapis. D'Orient et de Venise.
S.I.200 Volume II of Manuel D'Art Musulman (in 2 vols) "Les Arts Plastiques et Industrials."
By G. Migeon. 
S.,I.266)2 copies of Volume II. Chinese Art. 
     268)     By Stephen W. Bushell.
S.I.437. Artivle in "Journal of the No.China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Vol. XLIV. "Chinese Embroidery and other Art Textile Work." By Arthur Stanley.
S.I.699. "Old Santa Fe"- A magazine, published   by the Old Santa Fe Press, January, 1915. Article on Navajo Weavers. By A.F. Spiegelberg.
S.I.695. Textiles in Pottery making, embellishment, The use of by Wm. H. Holmes.
S.I.376)Things Japanese.
    377)   By Basil Hall Chamberlain- 2 copies different editions
S.I.394. Things Korean. By Horace H. Allen.
Thoms, P.P.
S.I.467. Ancient Chinese Vases of the Shang Dynasty. Thumb, Albert.
S.I.839. The Modern Greek-His Ancestry.
S.I.1004. Thousand Buddhas, The: L. Binyon
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