Titre : Report of the Committee on the Visual Arts ...
Éditeur : Cambridge, MA
Date d'édition : 1955
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Very Good
Etat de la jaquette : No Jacket
Edition : 1st Edition
vi, 176 pp. Reproduced typescript, printed on one side, bound in buckram. "Correction copy for Mr. Wilson (Harvard Press)--Confidential." Ink and pencil corrections, and page excisions, throughout. Pp. 151-155 torn out (Appendixes A, B). The committee consisted of Francis Keppel, Donald Oenslager, Charles Sawyer, Wolfgang Stechow, George Wald, John Walker, John Nicholas Brown (chairman), and S. Lane Faison, Jr. (excecutive secretary). This copy is from Faison's library. The appendixes include "Slides, Photographs and Other Teaching Ads," and "From the Report of the Fogg Librarian," 1953, by E. Louise Lucas. Covers dusty and edge-rubbed; internally very good. N° de réf. du libraire 01176
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