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Organizations with Interest in the Study of Blue Printed American Historical Staffordshire, the Potteries and their Products
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Museums, Historical Societies and Libraries:
The following organizations are known to hold examples of American Historical Staffordshire and related documents in their reserve collections. Vistors may request access to reserve collections by special request.
Albany Institute of History & Art
American Antiquarian Society
Baltimore Museum of Art
Connecticut Historical Society
Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York Historical Society
New York Public Library
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Princeton University Museum
Rhode Island Historical Society
Rhode Island School of Design
Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History
Yale Univeristy Art Gallery
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