Additional Papers of Tom Purvis

Made:
1910s-1980s
maker:
Tom Purvis
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Papers, paper, card, Additional Papers of Tom Purvis, 1910s to 1980s. Includes poster designs, correspondence, photographs, articles, invitation card, menus from the Savage Club, etc. Material gathered by the art historian Bevis Hillier from Purvis's widow Jane, for a projected book that never came to fruition.

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Category:
Archive Collections
Object Number:
2016-7100
Materials:
cardboard and paper (fibre product)
type:
papers
credit:
R. Artmonsky