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Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James Inglis, Mrs. Arthur McGraw, Dr. Walter R. Parker, Willard Pope, Mrs. Richard H. Webber and Mr. Gustavus D. Pope in memory of Mary Soper Pope
American Art before 1950
1946-present, purchased by the friends of Mary Chase Stratton for the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Mary Chase Perry Stratton; Pewabic Pottery, Jar, ca. 1918, glazed earthenware. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James Inglis, Mrs. Arthur McGraw, Dr. Walter R. Parker, et al., 46.231.
Enoch Wood and Sons
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
Ward and Cox