Typewritten in blue ink on paper, adhered, verso: MARCH 24TH. – 1968 [underlined] / YOUTH CAMPAIGN FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT / STAGE ANTI-VIETNAM WAR DEMONSTRATION [underlined] / The Youth Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament today / staged an anti-Vietnam War demonstration in / Trafalgar Square, followed by a march to Downing / Street, where petitions were handed in to / NO. 10. / PHOTO SHOWS [previous two words underlined] One of the demonstrators is forcably [sic.] / removed by police at the entrance / to Downing Street during the / demonatration [sic.] today. / JG/J. Keystone. JG/807428 Typewritten in blue ink, verso, next to “The Youth Campaign” and partially on top of caption paper noted previously: KSC 31589 Stamped in red ink, verso, surrounded by a rectangular outline: KEYSTONE PRESS / AGENCY [faded] / INC / 170 FIFTH AV [remainder of line is illegible] / NEW YORK, N [remainder of line is illegible] / WA 4-8122 Stamped in green ink, verso, on angle: KEYSTONE / PRESS AGENCY LTD. / 4 [remainder of line is illegible] Inscribed, verso: Ep5552
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Inspired by the exhibition 3-D Doings: The Imagist Object in Chicago Art, 1964-1980
The Tang Pattern Project celebrates the Museum’s 20th anniversary. Organized by Head of Design Jean Tschanz-Egger, past and current Tang Design Interns created patterns inspired by the Museum’s exhibition and event history.