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Includes bibliographical references (p. 93-94).

Statementdescribed in essays by Susan S. Bean and Frederic A. Sharf.
SeriesPeabody Essex Museum Collections for 1997,, v. 133, Peabody Essex Museum collections ;, v. 133.
ContributionsBean, Susan S., Sharf, Frederic Alan.
LC ClassificationsN7362 .P43 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination94 p. :
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6810163M
ISBN 100883891115
LC Control Number00276364

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  PEM's Collection Center in Rowley. (Courtesy Peabody Essex Museum) This article is more than 2 years old. When you've got million artworks and artifacts, space inevitably becomes an issue. The first official Korean delegation to the United States, , with Yu Kil-Chun standing in the center, and Percival Lowell seated on the right. Lowell, an American from Boston who had spent time in Korea and Japan, served as the delegation’s foreign counselor. Collection of Peabody Essex Museum. In , these two organizations merged to form the Essex Institute (the “Essex” in the Peabody Essex Museum’s name). This consolidation brought together extensive and far-ranging collections, including natural specimens, ethnological objects, books and historical memorabilia, all focusing on the area in and around Essex County. *Available for Pre-Order* Each one of our masks features a detail from works in the Peabody Essex Museum collection. View our full selection. towelCottonJapan12 5/8 x .

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