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Guide to the Manhattan Graphics Center 9/11 Print Portfolio
2001-2002
 PR 257

New-York Historical Society
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Collection processed by Amanda Smith

This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit on December 13, 2011
Description is in English.

Scope and Content Note

The Manhattan Graphics Center 9/11 Print Portfolio Collection spans the period from 2001 to 2002 and primarily contains prints related to the events of 9/11. The collection consists of 43 prints, all in vertical format. Each image is part of an edition of 5 or more. The paper that the images are printed on was formatted to approximately 20 x 15 inches. The techniques used in this collection range from etching, silkscreen, lithograph, photo transfer, woodcut, and drypoint, among others.

The subject matter of the Manhattan Graphics Center 9/11 Print Portfolio Collection is primarily the artists' personal connections to and the things that they observed in the months after the events of 9/11. The works contain images of missing person flyers, death and destruction, media coverage, memorials, rescue workers, and the towers themselves.

The Collection contains prints by the following artists: Anneli Arms, Cynthia Back, Miriam Bell, Bonnie Blitstein, Val Britton, Ruth Bugzester, Kit Callahan, Julia Foote, Beth Ganz, Monika E. De Vries Gohlke, Shoshanna Golin, Jody Gorton, Florrie Gotlib, Kristen Gregory, Sarah Hauser, Nicholas Hill, Carmen Isasi, Vijay Kumar, Annette Lilleskov, Lynn Margileth, Meredith Mayer, Judy Mensch, Diane Miller, Majorie Miller, Donald Murphy, Lily Ng, Hilary North, Margaret Nussbaum, Joseph A. Osina, Sarah Plimpton, Francesca Samsel, Larry Schulte Marilyn Silberstang, Sigrid Sperzel, Barbara Spiller, Sandy Sykes, David Thomas, Gwenn Thomas, Marina Tsesarskaya, William Tucker, Angela Valeria, Loretta Waite, and Caroline Waloski.

Arrangement

Prints are arranged alphabetically by artist.