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1961

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Print, Advertisement, Lindenmeyr Schlosser Holiday Announcements, 1961

This is a Print. It was designed by Elaine Lustig Cohen. It is dated 1961 and we acquired it in 1993. Its medium is lithograph on tan wove paper. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

This object was donated by Tamar Cohen. It is credited Gift of Tamar Cohen and Dave Slatoff.

Its dimensions are

H x W: 21.5 x 13.3 cm (8 7/16 x 5 1/4 in.)

It is inscribed

Printed in black, left center: only 32 days to Christmas; in black, right: so choose / your holiday / announcements / now from the / wide variety / of colors, / textures and / sizes of the in-stock / Lindenmeyr / Schlosser / Holiday / Announcements. / This is / Strathmore / Grandee / Heavyweight / Lugo Gray: / one of / six colors / with envelopes- / to-match / in stock at / 53rd Avenue / at 11th Street, / Long Island City 1, / New York / EXeter 2-4400 / 1424 Chestnut Avenue / Hillside, New Jersey / MUrdock 8-6543 / LS / Lindenmeyr / Schlosser

Cite this object as

Print, Advertisement, Lindenmeyr Schlosser Holiday Announcements, 1961; Designed by Elaine Lustig Cohen (American, 1927–2016); USA; lithograph on tan wove paper; H x W: 21.5 x 13.3 cm (8 7/16 x 5 1/4 in.); Gift of Tamar Cohen and Dave Slatoff; 1993-31-122

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