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  1. Ruth Adler Schnee
    American, born Germany, 1923
    "Lazy Leaves" Textile

    c. 1953
    Polyester, silk, cotton, rayon, and wool blend
    2016.120
  2. Adela Akers
    American, born Spain, 1933
    Hanging Fence

    1981
    Linen, metallic thread, and Plexiglas
    2004.836
  3. Mary Akin
    American, 1700–after 1749
    Sampler

    1715
    Silk on linen
    B.2014.1
  4. Josef Albers
    American, born Germany, 1888–1976
    [Folder]

    1972
    Book of screenprints
    76.232.2.B
  5. Josef Albers
    American, born Germany, 1888–1976
    [Slipcase]

    1972
    Slipcase for a book of screenprints
    76.232.2.A
  6. Josef Albers
    American, born Germany, 1888–1976
    Formulation: Articulation, vol. 2

    1972
    Portfolio of 65 screenprints
    76.232.2
  7. Josef Albers
    American, born Germany, 1888–1976
    Formulation: Articulation, vol. 1

    1972
    Portfolio of 62 screenprints
    76.232.1
  8. attributed to James Alexander
    American, born Ireland, 1770–1870
    Double-weave Coverlet

    c. 1821–1828
    Cotton and wool, Jacquard-loom-woven
    B.76.34
  9. Dottie Allen
    American, born 1957
    The Shadow and the Light

    1987
    Book of offset lithographs with drawing
    87.245
  10. Terry Allen
    American, born 1943
    La Despedida (The Parting)

    1974
    Watercolor dyes, oil pastel, color pencil, and graphite on wove paper with assemblage of chromogenic photographs, masking tape, typed letters on paper, cellophane tapes, cut-and-pasted lettering, and transferred letters; acrylic bonnet with painted balsa wood and cardboard letters
    2015.192
  11. Hannah Babcock
    American, 1769/70–1856
    Coat of Arms (Babcock and Howe Families)

    1785
    Silk and satin
    B.84.7
  12. Robert Ballagh
    Irish, born 1943
    Dubliners

    1994
    Book with six photogravures, edition of 1000
    93.399
  13. Balthus
    French, born Prussia, 1908–2001
    Wuthering Heights, Series 54, Volume 2

    published 1993
    Book with 15 lithographs, edition of 300
    93.325
  14. Flavia Maria Barbeau
    American, 1832–1908
    Sampler

    1846
    Merino wool and silk on linen
    B.2013.29
  15. Thomas F. Barrow
    American, born 1938
    Trivia

    1973
    Book of gelatin silver transfer prints
    86.445
  16. Adolphe Jean Baptiste Bayot
    French, 1810–1866
    [Folder]

    1851
    Board folder covered in red fabric
    B.2015.13.1-.13.A
  17. Gretchen Bellinger
    American, born 1946
    "Isadora" Textile

    Designed 1981, manufactured c. 1990
    Pleated silk
    90.405
  18. Gretchen Bellinger
    American, born 1946
    "Diva" Textile

    Designed 1985, manufactured c. 1990
    Silk and rhinestones
    90.404
  19. Viola Biering
    American, 1862–1942
    Sampler

    1876
    Wool on Penelope cloth
    B.2012.9
  20. John Biggers
    American, 1924–2001
    Untitled [Sketchbook]

    1942–1945
    Bound sketchbook with graphite, watercolor and pastel on wove paper with printed paper board cover and cloth spine
    2017.227
  21. John Biggers
    American, 1924–2001
    Our Grandmothers

    1994
    Book with five lithographs, edition 191/400
    93.328
  22. Mel Bochner
    American, born 1940
    On Certainty (Über Gewissheit)

    1991
    Artist's book
    2004.2027.A,.B
  23. Jacob W. Bohn
    American, born 1823
    Beiderwand Coverlet

    1846
    Cotton and wool, Jacquard-loom-woven
    B.76.37
  24. Louise Bourgeois
    American, born France, 1911–2010
    Homely Girl, A Life, Volume I and II

    1992
    Two books with 10 etchings in Volume I and 8 photolithographs in Volume II, hardbound in leather and cloth with cloth slipcase, special edition 95/100
    96.543.1,.2
  25. Louise Bourgeois
    American, born France, 1911–2010
    Homely Girl, A Life, Volume I and II

    1992
    Two books with 10 reproductions of drawings in Volume I and 8 photolithographs in Volume II, hardbound in cloth with paper slipcase, trade edition
    96.542.1,.2
  26. Louise Bourgeois
    American, born France, 1911–2010
    Album

    1994
    Book
    96.541
  27. Louise Bourgeois
    American, born France, 1911–2010
    Album

    1994
    Book
    94.729
  28. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    For the Iron Mine Foundations: Magnet Mountain

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.24
  29. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    On the Edge of Asia Village of Magnetnaya: Urals

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.23
  30. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Chain Belt Movement: Machine Dance Moscow Ballet School

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.22
  31. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Semionova: Premiére Ballerina Great Theatre: Moscow

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.21
  32. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    At the Lathe "Hammer & Sickle" Factory: Moscow

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.20
  33. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Waiting Their Turn: Children's Clinic: Moscow

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.19
  34. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Col. Hugh L. Cooper (Chief Consulting Engineer at Dnieprostroi)

    1930, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.18
  35. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    At the Circus

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.17
  36. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Village School: Kolomna: Volga Region

    1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.16
  37. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Borscht

    1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.15
  38. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Medical Students: Tiflis

    c. 1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.14
  39. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Soviet Serenade

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.13
  40. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Bolshevic Babies in the Nursery: AMO Automobile Factory

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.12
  41. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Kremlin: Moscow

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.11
  42. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Shock Brigadier

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.10
  43. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Mtskhet in the Caucasus: Ancient Capital of Georgia

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.9
  44. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Stalin's Great Aunt

    1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.8
  45. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Tovarisch Mikhail: Bricklayer

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.7
  46. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    A Priest

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.6
  47. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Street Car Conductor: Moscow

    1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.5
  48. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Ekaterina Dzhugashvili: Mother of Joseph Stalin

    1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.4
  49. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    The World's Largest Blast Furnace: Magnitogorsk: Ural Mountains

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.3

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