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Henry Van Ingen, ca. 1866-1867: Vassar College art professor, 1865-1898

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12606-Service File.jpg
Date
ca. 1866-1867
Abstract

Head and shoulders picture of Henry Van Ingen with mustache and beard. He is wearing a black tie, white shirt and dark suit with white handkerchief in left breast pocket.

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Henry Van Ingen, ca. 1894: Vassar College art professor, 1865-1898

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12561-Service File.jpg
Date
ca. 1894
Abstract

Head and shoulders picture of Henry Van Ingen with mustache and beard. He is wearing a striped tie, white shirt, and dark suit.

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Henry Van Ingen: Vassar College art professor, 1865-1898

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12445-Service File.jpg
Date
186-?
Abstract

Head and shoulders picture of Henry Van Ingen with mustache and beard. He is wearing a black tie, white shirt and dark suit.

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Henry Van Ingen: Vassar College art professor, 1865-1898

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12479-Service File.jpg
Date
18
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Full-length picture of Henry Van Ingen and a woman in the Hall of Casts. He is wearing a white tie, white shirt and dark suit. He is seated on a stool, holding eyeglasses in his raised right hand. The woman is wearing a long, black dress and long, white apron. Also shows a white wall in relief

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Henry Van Ingen: Vassar College art professor, 1865-1898

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12591-Service File.jpg
Date
between 1868 and 1881
Abstract

Head and shoulders picture of Henry Van Ingen with mustache and beard. He is wearing a black tie with white dots, white shirt and dark suit.

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