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"Shaft Switching 28" Rug
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November 20, 1974 - December 31, 1974
The best of British contemporary design was displayed from November to December in the Collab 1974: British Contemporary Design exhibition sponsored by the Museum's Inter-Society Committee for 20th-Century Decorative Arts.
Lancaster (In the Province No. 2)
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October 4, 1974 - December 10, 1974
In conjunction with the publication of the Museum's 1975 Engagement Calendar featuring American watercolors and drawings from the Museum's collections, the originals were exhibited in the A Level corridor from October 4 through December 10. These were supplemented with other works from the collection chosen by Ann Percy, Associate Curator of Drawings.
Dog Cage (Goulong)
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May 12, 1974 - June 16, 1974
The Friends of the Museum celebrated their tenth anniversary this year with the exhibition A Decade of Gifts. The objects in the exhibition represented the superb and varied works acquired through the Friends since the organization was founded in 1964.
Bust of the "Greek Slave"
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January 29, 1974 - April 30, 1974
Selected examples of American art new to the Museum's collections, ranging from paintings and furniture to decorative arts of the eighteenth through twentieth centuries, were installed in the Recent Acquisitions Gallery in January by Darrel Sewell and Beatrice Garvan, Curator and Associate Curator, respectively, of American Art.
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November 8, 1973 - January 6, 1974
The Museum paid tribute to the remarkable photographic achievement of Clarence John Laughlin in The Personal Eye. The exhibition of some 200 photographs distilled the essence of Laughlin's life work, from scenes of his native New Orleans to the poetic fantasies that reveal the scope of his creative abilities.

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