Marion Netter materials relating to Joseph Cornell, 1964-1968
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Items received by Netter from Cornell, including a letter, 1968, a blank postcard of Times Square at night with the inscription "Jeanne Eagels Hippodrome etc etc", a photograph of Cornell (mostly from the back) with an unidentified woman in a backyard, and a folded reproduction of a drawing.
Marion Netter materials relating to Joseph Cornell, 1964-1968. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Marion Netter was a neighbor of assemblage artist, collagist, and sculptor Joseph Cornell, in Flushing, N.Y.
Donated 2002 by Marion Netter who received the items from Cornell.
Lives of American Artists
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