Index to Reproductions of American Paintings: A Guide to Pictures Occurring in More Than Eight Hundred Books

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KEY TO SYMBOLS USED FOR LOCATIONS
OF PAINTINGS
AP State capitol, Phoenix, Ariz.Ctw Westport high school, Westport,
ATU University of Arizona, Tucson, Conn.
Ariz.Cty Yale university, New Haven,
CanO National gallery of Canada, Ot Conn.
tawa, OntarioDC Corcoran art gallery, Washing-
CanT Royal Ontario museum of ar ton, D.C.
chaeology, Toronto, OntarioDCap Capitol, Washington, D.C.
CanTA Toronto art gallery, Toronto,DCU Catholic university of America,
Ontario Washington, D.C.
CLA Los Angeles county museum ofDeD State house, Dover, Del.
history, science and art, LosDeW Wilmington society of the fine
Angeles, Calif. arts, Wilmington, Del.
CLAU University of Southern Califor-DF Freer gallery of art, Washing-
nia, Los Angeles, Calif. ton, D.C.
CM Mills college, Mills college, Calif.DGU Georgetown university, Wash-
CoD Denver art museum, Denver, ington, D.C.
Colo.DHU Howard university, Washington,
CoDH Colorado state historical society, D.C.
Denver, Colo.DI U.S. Department of the Interior,
CoDP Denver public library, Denver, Washington, D.C.
Colo.DJ U.S. Department of Justice,
Cos Colorado Springs fine arts cen Washington, D.C.
ter, Colorado Springs, Colo.DL Lincoln memorial, Washington,
CSB Santa Barbara museum of art, D.C.
Santa Barbara, Calif.DLC Library of Congress, Washing-
CSBT Santa Barbara state college, ton, D.C.
Santa Barbara, Calif.DN U.S. National gallery of fine
CSC Crocker art gallery, Sacramento, arts, Washington, D.C.
Calif.DNC Smithsonian institution. Na-
CSD San Diego museum, San Diego, tional collection of fine arts,
Calif. Washington, D.C.
CSFD M.H. De Young memorial mu-DP Phillips memorial art gallery,
scum, San Francisco, Calif. Washington, D.C.
CSFL San Francisco public library,DPO U.S. Post office department,
San Francisco, Calif. Washington, D.C.
CSFM San Francisco museum of art,DSt U.S. Department of state, Wash-
San Francisco, Calif. ington, D.C.
CSFP California palace of the legion ofDStM St Matthews church, Washing-
honor, San Francisco, Calif. ton, D.C.
CSMH Henry E. Huntington libraryDW White house, Washington, D.C.
and art gallery, San Marino,EE Eton college, England
Calif.ELB Buckingham palace, London,
CtGB Bruce art museum, Greenwich, England
Conn.ELF Foundling hospital, London,
CtH State capitol, Hartford, Conn. England
CtHH Connecticut historical society,ELN National gallery, London, Eng-
Hartford, Conn. land
CtHT Trinity college, Hartford, Conn.ELNP National portrait gallery, Lon-
CtHW Wadsworth atheneum, Hartford, don, England
Conn.ELT Tate gallery, London, England
CtLH Litchfield historical society,ELV Victoria and Albert museum,
Litchfield, Conn. London, England
CtNB New Britain institute, New Brit-EOC Oxford university, Christ church,
ain, Conn. Oxford, England
CtNH New Haven colony historicalFIP Norton gallery, West Palm
society, New Haven, Conn. Beach, Fla.
CtNL Lyman Allyn museum, NewFPJ Jeu de Paume museum, Paris,
London, Conn. France
CtNM New Milford historical society,FPL Louvre, Paris, France
New Milford, Conn.FPLu Musée national du Luxembourg,
CtNw Norwalk high school, Norwalk, Paris, France
Conn.GAC Church of St Luke, Atlanta, Ga.

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  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 5
  • Contents 9
  • List of Books Indexed 11
  • Key to Symbols Used for Locations of Paintings 27
  • Explanation 32
  • Index to Reproductions of American Paintings 33
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