Publicity Records,
1897-1973

Summary
Collection ID:
Record Unit 289
Creators:
Cooper-Hewitt Museum
Dates:
1897-1973
Languages:
English
Physical Description:
4.24 cu. ft. (2 record storage boxes) (2 12x17 boxes) (2 16x20 boxes) (oversize materials)
Repository:
Smithsonian Institution Archives

Descriptive Entry
Descriptive Entry
These records consist of newspaper and journal articles concerning the Cooper-Hewitt Museum's exhibitions, the closing of the Cooper Union Museum of Decorative Arts in 1963, the Museum's transfer to the Smithsonian Institution in 1968, and the Museum's relocation to the Carnegie Mansion in 1970. Included are exhibition albums consisting of photographs, catalogues, news releases, and announcement cards, 1952-1956; exhibit posters; a staff register of the Cooper Union staff members, 1955-1956; a booklet on restoration published by the Museum, 1961; a print of Peter Cooper; reprints about the Cooper Union Museum and the Cooper Union School for the Advancement of Science and Arts; and a museum visitor register, 1968-1969.

Notes
SI Records

Using the Collection
Prefered Citation
Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 289, Cooper-Hewitt Museum, Publicity Records

Keywords
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Repository Contact
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Washington, D.C.
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