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Box BW-16

 Container

Contains 6 Results:

Don Swann etchings of Homewood Museum and Washington Monument

 Collection — Box: BW-16, Folder: 1
Identifier: MS-0841
Abstract

Two etchings of Homewood Museum (Homewood House) and one of Baltimore's Washington Monument, created by Don Swann. The Homewood Museum etchings date to 1931 and 1932. The Washington Monument etching dates to 1945.

Dates: 1931, 1932, 1945

Anthony Eikenbary illustration: "Support Gay Power. Bring Out A Cop"

 Collection — Box: BW-16, Folder: 4
Identifier: MS-0879
Abstract

Original artwork created by Anthony Eikenbary in approximately 1970 for Gay Power, considered New York's first gay newspaper.

Dates: approximately 1970

National Association of Black and White Men Together poster: "This is a Phenomenal Photograph. End Racism Now."

 Collection — Box: BW-16, Folder: 5
Identifier: MS-0880
Abstract

A lithographed poster designed to call attention to racism in the gay community. The poster was created in approximately 1980 by Ken Hair and Mike Smith of BWMT, Inc., now known as the National Association of Black and White Men Together.

Dates: approximately 1980

Robert Childress illustrations of Homewood Museum, Gilman Hall, and the Johns Hopkins Hospital

 Collection — Box: BW-16, Folder: 2
Identifier: MS-0852
Abstract

This collection consists of three illustrations of Gilman Hall, Homewood Museum (Homewood House), and the Johns Hopkins Hospital, created by artist Robert Childress in 1973.

Dates: 1973

Garbage promotional broadsides, 1988

 File — Box: BW-16, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

This subseries contains typewritten drafts, proofs, and other written materials related to the book Garbage, published by Cane Hill Press in 1988.

Dates: 1988

The Great Exhibition: calico handkerchief with poem, 1851

 File — Box: BW-16, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents Rewritten from dealer description:This item is a calico souvenir handkerchief adhered to a thin board, printed in black on a pink ground. The central image is a rectangular view of the main exhibition building surrounded by twelve panels, each with an illustration and verse of a poem, "The Crystal House which Albert Built." The twelve verses begin by identifying the individuals in each image and the verse details their role in the exhibition. For example: "These are...
Dates: 1851