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Guide to the Matthew Lewandowski jewelry dies and papers 2012.018

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Creator: Ganzglass, Marc
Creator: Lewandowski, Matthew, 1932-2011
Creator: Matthew Tool & Dye.
Title: Matthew Lewandowski jewelry dies and papers
Dates [inclusive]: 1975-2012
Abstract: Collection consists of steel dies (also called hubs) used for the stamping of hollow-form earrings and other jewelry. The dies were designed and manufactured by Matthew Lewandowski, owner of the Matthew Tool and Die company. In addition to the dies, the collection contains papers related to Lewandowski's business, and digital files consisting of photographs, audio recordings, and video recordings.
Quantity: 12.25 linear feet in 19 flat boxes, five manuscript boxes, one oversize folder, and 2.91 gigabytes of digital files
Call Phrase: 2012.018