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This and 87 other objects are a part of a set whose first object is Album.

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Album Page, Water Tower, Hoorn, August 23, 1887

This is a Album page. It was created by Whitney Warren Jr.. It is dated August 23, 1887 and we acquired it in 1943. Its medium is graphite on cream paperboard tipped into binding with fabric. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

This object was donated by Mrs. William Greenough. It is credited Gift of Mrs. William Greenough.

Its dimensions are

32 x 23.7 cm (12 5/8 x 9 5/16 in.), irregular

It is inscribed

recto, in graphite, upper right: Water Tower - Hoorn / August 23rd 1887 / Built 1532-1651; (inscribed in circle): 23; 27.

Cite this object as

Album Page, Water Tower, Hoorn, August 23, 1887; Whitney Warren Jr. (American, 1864–1943); Netherlands; graphite on cream paperboard tipped into binding with fabric; 32 x 23.7 cm (12 5/8 x 9 5/16 in.), irregular; Gift of Mrs. William Greenough; 1943-51-105

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