name of catalogue or brochure: Colorado Springs Fine Art Center: History of Collections

author(s) of essay: Marshall Sprague

title of essay:"Colorado Springs Fine Art Center-Its Formative Years" (pp. 14-42)

date of publication 1986

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name of copyright owner: Colorado Springs Fine Art Center



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