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Sid Treeby. Satirical drawing entitled: "Why go to the Sackville Gallery? Passing events adequately 'Futurised'." The Bystander, March 27, 1912. [00107-5]

From: "Libroni" on futurism : slides.

Sid Treeby. Satirical drawing entitled: "Why go to the Sackville Gallery? Passing events adequately 'Futurised'." The Bystander, March 27, 1912. [00107-5]

From: "Libroni" on futurism : slides.

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Other Creator: Marinetti, Filippo Tommaso, 1876-1944
Date: 1912 {id=286398}
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Description:
Bottom Right
Physical Description:
1 slide
2 x 2 in.
b&w
Host Note:
Slides derived from a microfilm copy of Marinetti's seven "Libroni" (scrapbooks) documenting Futurism, the Futurist movement, and the avant-garde.
Box:
2
Folder:
Slide: 27
Volume/Enumeration:
0259-3231-3712
Rights:
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Source Digital Format:
High Resolution (image/tiff)
Object ID: 10648298
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