Karal Ann Marling

Karal Ann Marling is Professor of Art History at the University of Minnesota.

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Cover: George Washington Slept Here: Colonial Revivals and American Culture, 1876–1986George Washington Slept Here: Colonial Revivals and American Culture, 1876–1986Marling, Karal AnnE-DITION10/15/1988$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Graceland: Going Home with ElvisGraceland: Going Home with ElvisMarling, Karal AnnE-DITION08/16/1996$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Iwo Jima: Monuments, Memories, and the American HeroIwo Jima: Monuments, Memories, and the American HeroMarling, Karal Ann
Wetenhall, John
E-DITION08/01/1991$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Designs on the Heart: The Homemade Art of Grandma MosesDesigns on the Heart: The Homemade Art of Grandma MosesMarling, Karal AnnHARDCOVER05/29/2006$37.00
Cover: As Seen on TV: The Visual Culture of Everyday Life in the 1950sAs Seen on TV: The Visual Culture of Everyday Life in the 1950sMarling, Karal AnnPAPERBACK03/01/1996$35.50
Cover: Merry Christmas!: Celebrating America’s Greatest HolidayMerry Christmas!: Celebrating America’s Greatest HolidayMarling, Karal AnnPAPERBACK12/20/2001$18.50
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