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A 1913 letter to Miss Anna May Price from Tucker concerning his writing a history of sculpture in Illinois and a 1932 cover letter to Price from Tucker with a 17-page typescript of "Sculpture in Illinois" and a 13-page typewritten list of "Illinois Sculpture" (1932) compiled by the Illinois State Library, Springfield, and the Chicago Art Institute, with an introduction by Tucker.
Irwin St. John Tucker papers, 1931-1932. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reel 4283 available at Archives of American Art offices, Ryerson/Burnham Library and through interlibrary loan.
Tucker was the pastor of St. Stephen's Church, Chicago, Illinois. He died in 1982.
Donated 1988 by Chicago Art Institute, Ryerson/Burham Libraries.
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