Telegraph Pole first came to the Gallery as part of the "Lending Library of American Art," a unique venture whereby Gallery members were enabled to borrow "for a nominal fee" and ultimately purchase "excellent average-priced paintings by outstanding American artists." The project, which was sponsored by the Gallery's Women's Council, initially included works by such contemporary American artists as Charles Burchfield, John Stuart Curry, Rockwell Kent, Reginald Marsh, and others, some 90 artists in all.
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