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1 letter and 2 printed maps.
REEL D10, frame 1394: Letter from Lancaster to Miriam L. Lesley about articles he had written for the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 1947, the New India, Dance Magazine, and the American Antiques Journal. Reference is also made to Lancaster's upcoming book on Japanese influence.
UNMICROFILMED: Two printed maps by Lancaster; one entitled "An Architectural Ramble in Historic Ante-bellum Lexington," and the other, "Ante-bellum Suburban Villas and Rural Residences of Fayette County Kentucky and Some Outstanding Homes of Lexington."
Clay Lancaster papers, 1958. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Art and architectural historian, author; Brooklyn Heights, New York.
Donated 1958 by Clay Lancaster.
Art Theory and Historiography
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