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How Modern Is the Museum of Modern Art?: handbill

From: Henry McBride papers

How Modern Is the Museum of Modern Art?: handbill

From: Henry McBride papers

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Creator: American Abstract Artists
Other Creator: McBride, Henry, 1867-1962
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Date: 1940 April 15
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Description:
Verso blank.
In folder with typscript note: Copy of pamphlet which will be handed out by members of the American Abstract Artists outside the doors of the Museum of Modern Art at the opening of the museum's new show, between four and seven on Tuesday.
Physical Description:
1 l.
44 x 28 cm.
Folder:
Folder 735
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Object ID: 2044378
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