Archives to Avery Library/ Columbia University

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Re: Archives to Avery Library/ Columbia University

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Everything I've posted is a screen grab. The best option for viewing is to use the site, expand the image to full screen (upper left on page), collapse title bar at bottom, and navigate. Many of the drawings were not photographed at high resolution, or else not transmitted to Artstor at full size . . .?

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Re: Archives to Avery Library/ Columbia University

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Parallel discussion of the drawing archive, its revelation, format, and availability.

http://wrightchat.savewright.org/viewto ... =2&t=14287

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