• Interior of the 66 West 12th Street Building of The New School
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Interior of the 66 West 12th Street Building of The New School
Interior of the 66 West 12th Street Building of The New School
Object Title

Interior of the 66 West 12th Street Building of The New School

Part of

Collection: New School photograph collection ➔ Series: Buildings and campus (NS040101.02)


Material Category
Photographic Material
Type of Work
contact sheets
Description
Contact sheet containing photographs depicting people in the 66 West 12th building. #13A and 14A depicts people in front of the Orozco Room. #15A probably depicts a class in session, while #16A depicts a painting class in session, taught most probably by painter, Camilo Egas, who is on the right side of the photograph. The first building of The New School was designed by Joseph Urban. It was open to the public on January 1, 1931. Photographer: Dave Rosenfeld
Date
1931 – 1960
Related people
New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997) (commissioner)
David Rosenfeld (photographer)
Inscription
Photograph by Dave Rosenfeld 480 Lexington Avenue New York 17, N.Y. (mark)
Use Restrictions
http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
Location
box 4, folder 15
Identifier
NS040101_000568
Related Objects
Students Painting a Seated Model in Camilo Egas's Class at The New School

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