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Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Ornate 1888 horse-shoe-shaped shell art wreath made by poet Ina Donna Coolbrith in upper left corner. In upper right corner is a portrait of Ina Donna Coolbrith from the frontispiece of her book Songs from the Golden Gate, 1895. The lower portion of the page is an article discussing In Coolbrith making the wreath ["Heirloom Shows Poetess' Art," Los Angeles Times, October 12, 1953]. At the time of this photograph the wreath belonged to the Perrys' nephew John H. Crum of Santa Monica. The shell wreath is an example of Victorian era domestic crafts. Text from negative sleeve: 2954 File B Ina Coolbrith Poetry Laureate California 1915-1928 John Crum Collection Miss Dane Gorrell of Marin County model with plaque year 1953