31 engravings printed by Gebbie & Barrie for the U.S. International Exhibition, 1876, and published in their best-selling
"Illustrated Catalogue of Masterpieces of the International Exhibition, 1876".
Gebbie & Barrie, originally known as Gebbie and Keppel, was a printing firm founded in 1867 by George Gebbie, a bookseller
in Philadelphia, and Federick Keppel, a publisher of fine art books in New York. Kepple was replaced by George Barrie in
1873; Barrie came from Lippincot & Co. The first best-selling book published by Gebbie & Barrie was their "Illustrated Catalogue
of Masterpieces of the International Exhibition, 1876". Gebbie dissolved the partnership in 1880.
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