Description[Bookplates]. Eight American Indian Motif Bookplates. [American, early 20th C.].
[Bookplates]. [Various artists]. Collection of Eight American Indian Motif Bookplates. [American, early 20th century].Bookplates toned, largest example with some fold lines, else fine. Bookplates are attractively matted, glazed and framed in two separate frames to 11.25 x 18.5 and 18.5 x 20 inches. Including a bookplate from the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, New York, City, 1916, a larger variety signed and dated in the plate "George Wharton Edwards, 1917; and a color example of Roberta J. Foxsberg.
From the James M. Goode Collection of Bookplates.
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