In the autumn of 1966, the Decorative Arts departments displayed its recent acquistions in an exhibit curated by Calvin S. Hathaway, the PMA's curator of Decorative Arts. Represented in the exhibit was medieval Europe, as illustrated by the presence of religious objects. Also of note in the exhibition was a finished silver coffee pot, made by Philip Syng, Jr., for Joseph Galloway, the infamous Tory sympathizer. The records include press releases, correspondence, and loan documentation.
Decorative Arts Department Records : VII. Exhibition Records : E. Recent Acquisitions: Decorative Arts Department. Autumn 1966-Spring 1967
Subseries E. Recent Acquisitions: Decorative Arts Department. Autumn 1966-Spring 1967
Date:1965-1968Scope and Content Note