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re Images: Master E.S., Alan Shestack, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1967
Where in the text should this footnote go? What is it referring to, a book called Master E.S. by the author Alan Shestack? -- Stbalbach 14:14, 9 November 2006 (UTC)
- it is relevant to all the stuff in the images section, so should go at the end of that. Yes, book is called Master E.S. by Alan Shestack. It is an exhibition catalogue & nos 4-15 were Ars Moriendi (no page #s, done by exhibit #). 4-14 were the Ashmolean set of the engravings (the only complete set). Thanks if you put footnote in. No ISBN # in book, but I suppose it may have one; no LOC # either. Johnbod 14:37, 9 November 2006 (UTC)
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