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Art Deco Early 1900 Bank Deposit Table - $6,500 (Appleton)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: unknown
Art Deco Early 1900 Bank Deposit Table - one of a kind. Great for a restaurant, hotel, bar or your mansion! Measure 9' x 4'. Massively heavy!

This table came form the estate of the below individual:
Anne Wilson-Schaef Biography:
Anne Wilson Schaef was born on March 22, 1934, in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. She was raised in the traditional Cherokee way by her mother and her great-grandmother, and carried the principles they taught her into her life and her work. Schaef completed her undergraduate degree in Pre-Med/Psychology at Washington University in St. Louis and went on to earn a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Union Institute in Ohio and an honorary doctorate in Human Letters from Kenyon College in Kenyon, Ohio. She went on to practice for many years in several different capacities, ranging from school psychologist to consulting for major corporations. For years she also ran her own private practice for individuals, couples and groups; major corporations; government; and profit and non-profit organizations. After practicing for many years, in 1984 she left the field of psychology and psychotherapy. Schaef then developed her own practice called Living in Process and wrote 18 books including the New York Times bestseller When Society Becomes an Addict, where she compared western culture to an active alcoholic. She was also one of the owners of Boulder Hot Springs, an historic, traditional hot springs/hotel, which a group (spearheaded by Schaef) saved from demolition in 1989. This hotel has continuously been restored since then and was re-opened as an Inn, Spa, and Retreat Center in 1991. She continued to write and participate with her Living in Process network for the rest of her life. She was an avid world travel and voracious collector of artifacts, heirlooms, and art. She passed at her home in Arkansas on January 19, 2020, at the age of 85.


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