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Undated black and white photographs taken of sculpture as installed at Princeton University showing five different views of the work. Ten negatives, including the five printed photos, are included. Two of the negative frames are damaged. Photographs possibly taken by John Logue, professor of political science at Kent State University from 1976 to 2009. (5 black and white photographs, 9 x 6 inches; 10 black and white negatives, 35 millimeter film)
Kent State University
Special Collections and Archives
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Rights to reproduce the above images must be obtained in writing prior to use from both the Department of Special Collections and Archives and VAGA, rights representative for the George and Helen Segal Foundation.
|DPLA Rights Statement||
|Format of Original||
archive (mixed materials)
Digital capture of this material was sponsored by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).
|Subcollection||Collection on George Segal's Abraham and Isaac sculpture|
Abraham and Isaac (sculpture)
Reactions, Responses. Artistic
|May 4 Provenance||
May 4 Collection