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DAC Gallery, Wesleyan1999
290 x 495 mm (11.4 x 19.5 in.)
William D. Johnston, American, b. born 1955
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William D. Johnston, American, b. born 1955 . DAC Gallery, Wesleyan, 1999. Gelatin silver print on wove paper. image : 290 x 495 mm (11.4 x 19.5 in.). Sheet : 365 x 585 mm (14.4 x 23 in.). DAC accession number 1999.24.1. Gift of the artist (Associate Professor of History), 1999.
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