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Catron, Mrs. R. F. - President

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From: Oak Tree Books (Tulsa, OK, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: 1965. Paper stock. Condition: Near Fine. Acee Blue Eagle (illustrator). A folded short history of the Ohoyohoma Club founded in Tulsa 1940 with a list of officers for 1963-1965. Acee Blue Eagle art work on front. Ohoyohoma means Red Woman and all officers and members listed are women. 8 " X 11 " folded to 3 3/4 " X 8 ". Seller Inventory # 027927

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Oxford 1935 A Souvenir of the World: Cameron, A.C. (editor),

Cameron, A.C. (editor), with Acee Blue Eagle signature

Published by Oxford University Press, Oxford (1935)

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From: The Odd Book (ABAC, ILAB) (Wolfville, NS, Canada)

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1935. Cloth. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. xii, 316pp. Three maps including folding map of Oxford at rear. An attractive volume presented by the British National Union of Teachers to those attending the 1935 Conference of the World Federation of Educational Associations (WFEA). Signatures of those attending the conference to the rear of ffep, half title and obverse of frontispiece, including that of the chief organizers Sydney Blake and J. W. L. Symes. Two signatures also bear a personal inscription: that of Masanori Oshima (Japan), and that of noted artist Acee Blue Eagle (Oklahoma). "In 1935, Blue Eagle was invited to give a series of lectures on American Indian art at Oxford University in England, and he took Europe by storm. Returning to the United States, that state year, he established the Art Department at Bacone College in Muskogee, Oklahoma. He directed the program until 1938 and helped shaped development of the Bacone style of painting" [Wikipedia]. Size: 12mo. Signed. Seller Inventory # Books011227

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