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Red lacquer and gold on wood
Founders Society Purchase, G. Albert Lyon Foundation Fund, L. A. Young Fund, Benson and Edith Ford Fund, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buhl Ford II Fund, Mr. and Mrs. Alvan Macauley, Jr. Fund, and Mary Martin Semmes Fund
(Klaus F. Naumann, Tokyo, Japan)
1987-present, purchase by the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
"Family Art Game," DIA Advertising Supplement, Detroit Free Press. April 27, 1997, p.24 (ill.).
Ryukyuan, Japanese, Document Box, 18th century, red lacquer and gold on wood. Detroit Institute of Arts, Founders Society Purchase, G. Albert Lyon Foundation Fund, L. A. Young Fund, et al., 1987.18.
Canadian, Native American