The Marshall College Art Gallery was a small museum located on the third floor of the Burke J. Carter Library on the campus of Marshall College. The collection was the college's own, relying on exhibits and art donated by the school's alumni and professors.

While the most impressive exhibit was made up of Native American artifacts, the museum hosted ancient Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Mesopotamian pieces as well as art by minor Impressionist and Renaissance painters, and displayed some more recent work.

Archibald Finney was the curator of the Marshall College Art Gallery around 1936.


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