New York: Beekman Tower, 1930. Ephemera. VG- but with bits of glued brown paper to middle back edge (perhaps from being in a scrap book). Folded navy blue/cream onion skin paper with opposite lettering. The invitation is for tea on Sunday afternoon, March 17 (1930), the day of the exhibition opening. The show ran through March 24 with works by Hilde Reiss, Lila Ulrich, Erika Lohmann, Lucienne Bloch, Polly Ames, Esther Kayfetz, Mercedes Carles, Eileen Noonan, Peggy Boone, Lillian Olinsky, Anni Albers, Jo Gode von Aesch, Ruth Bernhard, Nelly Peissachowitz, and Rosalie Campbell. All sorts of genres were included, and for most of the artists, this was their first time exhibiting. Scarce. (Inventory #: 157891)
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