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Authors: Nicholas Hirshon
Date: February 22 2005
Type: Review
Identifier: aql:26133
Description: Nicholas Hirshon wrote this assignment for a course at St. John's University named Journalist as Critic in the Spring 2005 semester. In this assignment, Hirshon reviews The Gates, an art installation ... More
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Date: Time Period: 2015
Subject: Exhibitions | Panoramas
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:33784
Description: Leonard recalls memories associated with the Panorama.
Date: circa 1975
Language: eng
Type: reports
Identifier: aql:2247
Description: Proposal to create a historical scale model of New York City circa 1776 and suspend it over the existing scale model of the city installed in the New York City Building in Flushing Meadows Corona Park ... More
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Date: 1964
Language: eng
Type: Correspondence
Identifier: aql:2250
Description: Letter dated October 2, 1964 to Department of Park Commissioner Newbold Morris (presumably from Lester Associates) with three suggestions regarding potential uses and storage/exhibit locations for the ... More
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Authors: unknown
Date: 1964
Language: eng
Type: Books
Identifier: aql:2630
Description: Hardcover souvenir book with descriptive essays, illustrations, and color photographs, with six topical chapters: The Fair, Science, History, Art, Homemaking, New York, and For the Children.
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Date: circa 1963
Language: eng
Type: reports
Identifier: aql:2245
Description: Document explaining how the Panorama of the City of New York could be used to study issues such as housing, traffic, and transportation. The Panorama is a massive scale model of New York City that was ... More
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Date: 1962
Language: eng
Type: reports
Identifier: aql:2243
Description: Spiral bound report dated November 14, 1962 distributed to directors of various New York City museums regarding potential participation in a collaborative exhibit on the balcony of the New York City B ... More
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Date: Time Period: 1960-2015
Subject: Exhibitions | Panoramas
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:33788
Description: Jacques discusses the historical merits of the Panorama. He would like to see the panorama updated, because many buildings have changed, or are gone.
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