Grace Nicholson (1877-1948), a collector and dealer of Native American and Asian arts and crafts, was born in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, on December 31, 1877, the daughter of attorney Franklin Nicholson (1851-1891) and Rose Dennington Nicholson
(1855-1878). At the age of thirteen, following the death of her parents, Nicholson went to live with paternal grandparents,
William Nicholson (1819-1901) and Mary Nicholson (1824-1901).
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