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Rudolph Ruzicka

Our Cat (With Best Wishes for the New Year)

Rudolph Ruzicka

The Red Ferry

Rudolph Ruzicka

St. Paul's, New York City

Rudolph Ruzicka

V. & T.

Rudolph Ruzicka

(Design for Personal Christmas Card)

Rudolph Ruzicka

(Design for Personal Christmas Card)

Rudolph Ruzicka

(Design for Personal Christmas Card)

Rudolph Ruzicka

For 1926

c. 1925-1926

Rudolph Ruzicka

The Front Door of 7 Washington Square (Christmas Greetings 1914-Robert W. De Forest's Card)

Rudolph Ruzicka

With Best Wishes for the New Year, R. Ruzicka 1921

1921

Rudolph Ruzicka

Silhouettes of T. and V.

Rudolph Ruzicka

Ex Libris Frank Farnum Dresser (Bookplate)

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