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Arizona Daily Star, Tucson, AZ, “Art Sale To Help Artists.”, Wednesday, May 9, 1906, Main Edition, Page 1

May 9, 1906

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Arizona Daily Star, Tucson, AZ, "Art Sale To Help Artists.", Wednesday, May 9, 1906, Main Edition, Page 1

Arizona Daily Star, Tucson, AZ, “Art Sale To Help Artists.”, Wednesday, May 9, 1906, Main Edition, Page 1

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ART SALE TO HELP ARTISTS.

New York, May 8.-A sale of the works of leading American artists for the benefit of fellow-painters who were victims of the recent catastrophe in California takes place this evening at the American Art gallerues, and it is expected a large sum will be realized. Among the prominent artists who have donated pictures for the sale are William M Chase, Chas. C. Curran, Emil Carlsen, William Sartain and Kenyon Cox. Works of sculpture have been contributed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Daniel C. French, J. Gutzon Borglum and other famous sculptors.

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