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Author: City Art Museum of St. Louis
Title: Mississippi panorama: the life and landscape of the Father of Waters and its great tributary, the Missouri;
Publisher: St. Louis, City Art Museum [distributed by the Caledonia Press
Subject (keywords, tags): Art, American -- Exhibitions; Missouri River -- Description and travel Views; Mississippi River -- D

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Staging "This gorgeous panorama."--Character and history of the Mississippi, by C. van Ravenswaay.--The art of the Mississippi, by P. T. Rathbone.--Illustrations, notes and selected commentary (catalog of exhibition, p. 50-228) prepared by H. S. Leonard


Contributor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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