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Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] [Cut off from image ? CHICAGO NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM - ETHNOLOGY ] | Provenience: China, Peking [ Field Museum Subject Code written in red] 54B-25/01d | People or Culture: Chinese, Modern | Object: Scroll painting | Material: Silk, paper, wood, cotton string | Discription: A scroll painting depicting nine different lesser occupations, all in the ambulant selling trade. White background, multicoloredly-dressed human figures and cream silk framing. Wooden rods on both end sides and cotton stringto secure when rolled. Acquired in Peking in 1948. ( See sktch on the back) | Dimensions: Ht: 20.9 w:140.5 (in cm) | Collection: Presented by Rev. (Miss) Ellen M. Studley 5 August 1963. Collected by donor circa 1923-1963. [LEFT MARGIN] A 235573 | Field No. | Neg. No. | Acc. 2806 |File linkScanner: Keri Jakubowski
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Description: scan of annotated catalog cardCatalog Number: 235573.nosubDescription: scroll paintingMaterials: silk, paper, wood, cottonCultural Attribution: Han ChineseTime Period: modernAccession Number:  E. Studley (Gift)Accession Year: 1963City/Town: Beijing - PekingCollector/Source: Ellen Studley, Ellen StudleyEMu IRN: 1142588GUID: 828509b2-f9b5-4ee5-8248-b2b2f8914645
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