Map of the Borough of Manhattan of the City of New York, showing relation between the distribution of foreign stock and negro population with the dissemination of communist and socialist propaganda during the summer of 1932
black and color ink on paper, backed with cloth
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This study is also attributed to Victor de Grailly and is a companion to the painting of Kosciuszko's Monument, attributed to de Grailly and cited ante. The identification is likewise based on research by William Nathaniel Banks, and the painting itself is based on an engraving (1837) by G.K. Richardson after the original taken in 1835 by William Henry Bartlett (1809-1854).
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