Marian Wright Bouché, Louis Bouché and Horace Brodsky invitation to a "primitive party"
Bouche, Marian Wright, 1895-
Bouché, Louis George
1919 Feb. 18
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1 invitation : handwritten, ill. ; 28 x 21 cm.
Invitation is illustrated with a watercolor of a nude woman dancing, and two buildings, one marked "studio." Handwritten at bottom of sheet: Drawn by; reception committee; Marian Wright; Louis Bouché; Horace Brodzky. Address handwritten in upper left corner: Parker's Sanctuary; 1931 Bway, N.Y.C., U.S.A.; Annex; room 433. Right side of sheet has handwritten list of names (the guest list?): Dot Greenfield; Eva Chauls; Pierre Mardrus; Bob Ament; Lil Greenfield; Marie Viscardi; Alice Avon; Walt Kuhn; Milton. In upper right corner are two more names with question marks after each: Eugene Smith; Gretchen. Handwritten in middle of left side of sheet: Men are requested to bring drinks and eats. Additional watercolor sketch on verso.
Marian Wright Bouché, Louis Bouché and Horace Brodsky invitation to a "primitive party", 1919 Feb. 18. Louis Bouché papers, 1880-2007. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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