University of Pittsburgh, 1969. Softcover. VG- (Ex-gallery with spine label and few interior marks; photocopy does not include the 150 illus. in the original document.). Dissertation. Photocopied from micofilm by UMI. Black paper wraps, 229 leaves, no illus. Dissertation. Analyzes chronologically the life and work of American artist William Merritt Chase (1849-1916). Addresses the artist's importance at the time of his death. Includes the text of two unpublished speeches by Chase. Unfortunately, the accompanying illustrations were not included in the copying process.
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