November 1985
Archaeology;Nov/Dec85, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p15
Entertainment Review
Reviews the exhibition “American Folk Art: Expressions of a New Spirit,” at the Seattle Art Museum in Seattle, Washington on November 1985-December 5, 1986.


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