May 1922 issue of Broom, "an international magazine of the arts." This issue includes essays, poems and short stories by a wide variety of writers (Carl Sandburg, Ramon Gomez, and e.e. cummings, among others). Many of the texts are illustrated with woodcut prints. Some prints are featured individually with titles, including four by Richard Seewald. Cover features an illustration of a horned bull or cow lying in an abstracted landscape.
Broom, vol. 2, no. 2, 1922 May. Miscellaneous printed materials collection. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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This is one of eight issues of Broom owned by the Archives of American Art.
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