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A series of research correspondence from the Robert Taft collection relating to frontier artists. Robert Taft (1894-1955) was a professor of chemistry and author on the subjects of photography and art. The artists included here are Alfred J. Miller, John Harrison Mills, Alfred Mitchell, and Heinrich Balduin Mollhausen.

Date: 1930-1955


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Robert Taft correspondence related to frontier artists, Miller - Mollhausen - 1 [Folder 1, Alfred J. Miller]

Item Number: 308637
Call Number: Robert Taft Coll. #172, Box 26
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 308637

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