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Poster, Comparative Anatomy of FHWA Series E-modified to Clearview 5-W, April 20, 2011

This is a Poster. It was printed by Meeker & Associates and firm: Meeker & Associates. It is dated April 20, 2011 and we acquired it in 2011. Its medium is color inkjet print with epson ultrachromek3 ink on epson proofing paper commercial. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

It is credited Gift of Donald Meeker, Meeker & Associates, Inc., and James Montalbano, Terminal Design, Inc..

  • Print, Fonetik Alphabet Sample, 1959
  • prints on pieces of white and tan paper, adhered to white paper, with pen and....
  • Museum purchase with funding provided by the Buddy Taub Foundation, Dennis A.....
  • 2016-54-424

Its dimensions are

60.8 x 91.5 cm (23 15/16 in. x 36 in.)

Cite this object as

Poster, Comparative Anatomy of FHWA Series E-modified to Clearview 5-W, April 20, 2011; Printed by Meeker & Associates ; USA; color inkjet print with epson ultrachromek3 ink on epson proofing paper commercial; 60.8 x 91.5 cm (23 15/16 in. x 36 in.); Gift of Donald Meeker, Meeker & Associates, Inc., and James Montalbano, Terminal Design, Inc.; 2011-24-1

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