The collection relates to Mexico, including pre-Columbian objects, paintings and works on paper by Mexican modernists, and
other artworks were likely collected by Frances Toor and following her death, acquired by inheritance by her brother Herbert
Toor. Frances Toor, American, 1890-1956, was an American author, publisher, anthropologist and ethnographer whose books and
journal "Mexican Folkways" introduced Americans to the folk traditions and art of revolutionary Mexico. She received her MA
Anthropology from UC Berkeley.
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