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1893 N.Y.
but found I had not associated it with its name. The Fine Art Bldg. (by Har- denbergh - who did the Waldorf) is pretty fine, I think. Mosaics in the vestibule - is well lighted in the galleries, &c.&c. Ned took me in and there were 3 rooms of paintings and two of pottery - besides cases & cases of old silver and curios and a lot of Barye's bronzes and a mammoth model of French's statue of "The Republic" which is to be at the World's Fair. There were "Van Dykes" & "Reynolds" as & a "Turner" (which I recognized from engravings of his) - nice little "Rico" - a "Bogerean" some "Corots" and a "Millais" &c. &c. a wall full of modern impressionists a pair of immense silver altar candle sticks (lent by Stan. White) Ancient Greek pottery - Peachblow ware - Chinese vases carved from precious stones. "Family portraits" (a la Thackery - Lady So-and-so as a shepherdess"). I enjoyed some fine old silver & some Norwegian silver (wedding belts &c) a pair of silver tankard vases given to Gov. DeWitt

1893 N.Y.
but found I had not associated it with its name. The Fine Art Bldg. (by Har- denbergh - who did the Waldorf) is pretty fine, I think. Mosaics in the vestibule - is well lighted in the galleries, &c.&c. Ned took me in and there were 3 rooms of paintings and two of pottery - besides cases & cases of old silver and curios and a lot of Barye's bronzes and a mammoth model of French's statue of "The Republic" which is to be at the World's Fair. There were "Van Dykes" & "Reynolds" as & a "Turner" (which I recognized from engravings of his) - nice little "Rico" - a "Bogerean" some "Corots" and a "Millais" &c. &c. a wall full of modern impressionists a pair of immense silver altar candle sticks (lent by Stan. White) Ancient Greek pottery - Peachblow ware - Chinese vases carved from precious stones. "Family portraits" (a la Thackery - Lady So-and-so as a shepherdess"). I enjoyed some fine old silver & some Norwegian silver (wedding belts &c) a pair of silver tankard vases given to Gov. DeWitt

1893 N.Y.
but found I had not associated it with its name. The Fine Art Bldg. (by Har- denbergh - who did the Waldorf) is pretty fine, I think. Mosaics in the vestibule - is well lighted in the galleries, &c.&c. Ned took me in and there were 3 rooms of paintings and two of pottery - besides cases & cases of old silver and curios and a lot of Barye's bronzes and a mammoth model of French's statue of "The Republic" which is to be at the World's Fair. There were "Van Dykes" & "Reynolds" as & a "Turner" (which I recognized from engravings of his) - nice little "Rico" - a "Bogerean" some "Corots" and a "Millais" &c. &c. a wall full of modern impressionists a pair of immense silver altar candle sticks (lent by Stan. White) Ancient Greek pottery - Peachblow ware - Chinese vases carved from precious stones. "Family portraits" (a la Thackery - Lady So-and-so as a shepherdess"). I enjoyed some fine old silver & some Norwegian silver (wedding belts &c) a pair of silver tankard vases given to Gov. DeWitt
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