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The Boy Who Drew Cats [portfolio]
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The Boy Who Drew Cats
Covey said that this sketch was done at the Maryland Institute of Art. The sketch is very closely related to the 1975 or 1976 wood engraving "The Boy Who Drew Cats." The sketch may have been done for the 1974 intaglio ...
Untitled (pen and ink study for The Boy Who Drew Cats)
Covey said that this sketch was done at the Maryland Institute of Art. The sketch is very closely related to the 1975 or 1976 wood engraving "The Boy Who Drew Cats." The sketch may have been done for the 1974 intaglio prints.
Georgetown University Bulletin, Georgetown, D.C., Volume V, No. 6, May 1974
Includes timeline of University history, sections on the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Nursing, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, School of Languages and Linguistics and School of Business Administration, ...
Cuba and Revolution: Castro's Surrender to the Soviets, 1974, Part B
Final program in a series of meetings sponsored by the Latin American Studies Program, the Lecture Series Fund, and the Cuban Students Association. Frank Calzone, member of the Cuban Students Association, opens the program ...
Kennedy Institute Series: The Population Challenge, 1974. Tape 1., B
In Gaston Hall. First in a series of four sessions on population hosted by the Center for Population Research of the Kennedy Institue at Georgetown University. The sessions were conceived following the United Nations World ...
Lecture by Bobby Seale, Chairman and Co-Founder of the Black Panther Party
Held in the Hall of Nations. Seale speaks without a prepared text on the history, perspectives and goals of the Party and on the ways he and the Party had been portrayed by the establishment mass media.
Lecture by Lewis Mayhew, Professor of Education at Stanford University: Higher Education in the Seventies, Growth or Decline?, 1974, A - Part 1
Professor Mayhew's remarks, titled "The Steady Seventies", compare education in the 1960s to education in the 1970s. He begins by noting drops in enrollment in the 1970s, a lack of innovation on the part of institutions ...