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Guide to the Bella C. Landauer Collection of Business and Advertising Ephemera
 PR 31

New-York Historical Society
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New York, NY 10024
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This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on April 22, 2022
Description is in English.

 Finding aid revised by Marybeth Kavanagh 2020

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This series includes photographs, prints and paintings that are not related to advertising. Photographs include four gelatin silver prints of the conductors Arthur Rodzinsky, Bruno Walter Schlesinger, and Leopold Stokowski conducting various orchestras. Fine art prints contain the etchings, Sleighing in New York, by Henry Ziegler and Bob Hulse, Masterprinter, by Haydon Jones, and a Japanese print of Audubon discovering his drawings destroyed by mice. Also included are twelve Japanese paintings of tea growing and harvesting.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Offsite-Box: 137 Folder : 1 Photographs - Conductors/Orchestras
Offsite-Box: 137 Folder : 2 Fine Art Prints
Offsite-Box: 137 Folder : 3 Fine Art Prints - "Audubon Opening His Box of Watercolors Destroyed by Norway Rats"
Offsite-Box: 137 Folder : 4-5 Japanese Paintings - Tea

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