— Gallery 77 (Melchers)
— Gallery 78 (Hassam)
— Gallery 79 (Chase)
— Gallery 80
— Gallery 81, 82, 83, 84 (Offices)
— Gallery 85
— Gallery 86
— Gallery 87 (Duveneck)
— Gallery 88 (Redfield)
— Gallery 89 (Tarbell)
— Gallery 90 (Keith)
— Gallery 91
— Gallery 92
— Gallery 93
— Gallery 117
— Gallery 118, 119
— Gallery 120
The Galleries of the Exposition, by Eugen Neuhaus, Published by Paul Elder and Company, San Francisco, was printed at their Tomoye Press, under the direction of H. A. Funke, in July Nineteen Hundred and Fifteen
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