Notes and Comments / Nouvelles brèves - Papers Completed in North American Decorative Arts Graduate Course, University of Toronto, 1968-82

Notes and Comments / Nouvelles brèves

Papers Completed in North American Decorative Arts Graduate Course, University of Toronto, 1968-82

Janet Holmes
Royal Ontario Museum

1 The graduate course North American Decorative Arts (FAH-1445), offered in alternate years through the History of Art Program of the University of Toronto's School of Graduate Studies, is taught by Donald B. Webster, Curator of the Canadiana Department, Royal Ontario Museum. The list below includes all papers submitted as a course requirement in the programme, 1968-82. Some of the papers were completed as theses, in accordance with the thesis requirements of the discipline and department concerned. The papers can be consulted in the library of the Canadiana Department, 100 Queen's Park, 9-12 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. They cannot be borrowed or photocopied.

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Janet Holmes

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