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Nathan Halper business records, 1952-1979

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Series 6: Photographic Material , 1953-1969
11 Folders
Box 5

Photographic material consists of prints and slides of the Kootz, H-C, and HCE galleries; black and white and color prints of exhibitions by Harry Botkin, Adolph Gottlieb, Robert Motherwell, and Hans Hofmann; and black and white prints, color slides, and transparencies of select works of art shown at the galleries.
Documents are arranged by subject type.
The bulk of this series has been scanned. Unannotated works of art, slides and transparencies have not been scanned.
Description Container Select
Photographs of Kootz Gallery, circa 1953-1954
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4
Photographs of Kootz Gallery, Harry Botkin Exhibition, circa 1953-1954
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5
Photographs of Kootz Gallery, Hans Hoffman Exhibition, circa 1953-1954
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Photograph, Kootz Gallery, Hans Hoffman Exhibition, circa 1953-1954
Oversized material housed in Box 4, Folder 64
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7
Photographs of Kootz Gallery, Adolph Gottlieb and Robert Motherwell Exhibition, 1953
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Photograph of H-C Gallery, circa 1955-1956
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9
Photographs and Slides of HCE Gallery, circa 1957-1969
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10
Photographs of HCE Gallery, Sidney Gordin and Myron Stout Exhibition, circa 1957-1969
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Photographs of Works of Art, circa 1953-1969
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12
Slides and Transparencies of Works of Art, circa 1953-1969
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13
Oversize photograph, Kootz Gallery, Hans Hoffman Exhibition, circa 1953-1954
Oversized material scanned with Box 5, Folder 7
4
64

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