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VG/VG-(Remainders of a sticker on front of dj.; Slight wear to extremities; Internally spotless) Light blue cloth; BW pictorial dj.; 472 pp.; 83 bw figures. A study of the life of Alfred H. Barr, Jr. and the history of the Museum of Modern Art, the institution he was the founding director of.
Fine Condition in Fine Condition jacket. 472 pp., 83 black and white illustrations througout. Hardcover, bound with blue cloth with black letters to the spine. Dustjacket is protected with a mylar cover.
As New. Light Blue boards w/ dark blue titling on spine. DJ is unclipped. Contents include: Knowing Alfred Barr; The Princeton Years; Barr and his Harvard Mentor; Barr as Teacher, 1925-1927; The Little Magazine and Modernism at Harvard; The European Trip; Modernism Takes its Turn in America; Archtecture, Barr, and Henry-Russell Hitchcock; Philip Johnson and Barr: Architecture and Design Enter the Museum; The Directorship at Full Throttle. Includes numerous b/w photos. Professional book dealer since 1975. All orders are processed promptly and packaged with the utmost care. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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