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Tulane University/Newcomb College yearbook and photographs JAMBALAYA. New Orleans: The Tulane University of Louisiana 1923. Featuring May Asbury's senior... [this item is NOT for sale]

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  • Tulane University/Newcomb College yearbook
    and photographs JAMBALAYA. New Orleans: The Tulane University of Louisiana 1923. Featuring May Asbury's senior photograph on page 33. together with photograph of the Newcomb ... [more like this]
  • NEWCOMB COLLEGE Exceptional early vessel
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  • A Newcomb College Hammered Silver Cuff Bracelet,
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  • NEWCOMB COLLEGE Early squat vessel painted
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  • A Newcomb College Arts and Crafts Cut-Out
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  • NEWCOMB COLLEGE Early three-piece desk set
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  • NEWCOMB COLLEGE Charger deeply carved by
    Sabina Wells with large fleshy blue and white magnolias on a white ground, 1903. Features an unusual standing rim and a dark blue back. (Exhibited in "Newcomb Pottery, An ... [more like this]
  • NEWCOMB COLLEGE Early, tall, cylindrical
    vase carved by Leona Nicholson with a band of stylized poppy pods in deep teal blue on an orange and ivory ground, 1905. (Exhibited in "Newcomb Pottery: An Enterprise for ... [more like this]
  • An Early and Rare Newcomb College Art Pottery
    High Glaze Vase, 1901, decorated by Alice Raymond Coates Scudder with a flood scene, probably New Orleans, in blue and green underglaze, the base marked with Newcomb cipher, ... [more like this]
  • NEWCOMB COLLEGE Early, large, and squat vessel
    painted by Ada Lonnegan with blue daffodils on green stems, 1903. (Exhibited in "Newcomb Pottery, An Enterprise for Southern Women 1895-1940," the Newcomb College of Tulane ... [more like this]
  • A Pair of Newcomb College Art Pottery Matte
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  • Giers Nashville Archive 1 An archive of
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  • Wayman Adams (American/New Orleans, 1883-1959),
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  • Ida Rittenberg Kohlmeyer (American/New Orleans,
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