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         Whistler (underlined) continued:

S.I. 528. Whistler Exhibition - Paintings in Oil& Pastel. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, March, 1910.
2 paper-covered copies, with frontispiece illustration.

S.I. 529. Collection of Works by James McNeill Whistler. Exhibited in the National Gallery, London, July-Oct. 1912.
3 paper-covered copies.

S.I. 530. Etchings by J. McNeill Whistler.
Introduction by Frederick Wedmore (underlined)
Obach & Co., London, 1903.
3 paper-covered copies - 1 copy with notations by C.L.F.

S.I. 531. Loan Exhibition of Works by James McNeill Whistler.  To aid the Professional Classes War Relief Council.
Colnaghi and Obach, London, June-July 1915
1 paper-covered copy with frontispiece illustration.

S.I. 532. Palais de l'Ecole des Beaux Arts.
Exposition des Oeuvres de James McNeill Whistler
Paris, Mai, 1905. 6 paper-covered copies - 1 copy with pencil notations by C.L.F., marked "Working copy."

Whistler Reserved 32.  Forty reproductions of Whistler's work & text by M. Benedites
James McNeill Whistler - Exhibition held in Paris May-June 1905.

S.I. 533. Tableaux, Pastels, Dessins, Pointes seches par J. MacNeill Whistler. Paris, Hotel Drouct.Sale, November, 1903.
1 paper-covered copy, illustrated, with notations.

S.I. 534. Etchings, Dry Points and Lithographs by Whistler.
Introduction and notes by Joseph Pennell. (underlined)
Albert Roulliers Galleries, Chicago, March-April, 1912.
1 paper-covered copy

S.I. 535. Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition, Royal Academy Galleries, London, 1904.
2 paper-covered copies, 1 with notations.


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