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Inscribed recto, on image, along upper edge, in black ink: "En hommage a la grande artiste / Gertrude Kasebier. / Aug Rodin / Sept. 1907"; signed recto, lower left, in graphite: "GERTRUDE KÄSEBIER. [faded]"; inscribed verso, on hinged paper, upper left, sideways, in graphite: "1842-2"
Art Institute of Chicago, “Out of a Dark Room: Photographic Variations from the Permanent Collection,” April 15, 1995–September 10, 1995. (Sylvia Wolf)
Art Institute of Chicago, “From Darkroom to Digital: Photographic Varations,” November 19, 2006–February 26, 2006. (Elizabeth Siegel)
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