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The outlines of a plan for establishing in New-York, an academy and institution of the fine arts, : on such a scale as is required by the importance of the subject, and the wants of a great and growing city, the constant resort of an immense number of strangers from all parts of the world. : The result of some thoughts on a favourite subject. Preview this item
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The outlines of a plan for establishing in New-York, an academy and institution of the fine arts, : on such a scale as is required by the importance of the subject, and the wants of a great and growing city, the constant resort of an immense number of strangers from all parts of the world. : The result of some thoughts on a favourite subject.

Author: Ithiel Town; G.F. Hopkins & Son,
Publisher: New-York: : George F. Hopkins & Son, printers, no. 44 Nassau-Street., 1835.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ithiel Town; G.F. Hopkins & Son,
OCLC Number: 191249551
Notes: Last page blank.
Description: 13, [1] p. ; 22 cm.
Responsibility: By Ithiel Town.

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