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|Archive reference number||NGA3/4/3/6|
Transcripts and notes of lectures and broadcasts
Includes texts or transcripts for: a talk on The National Gallery given in Zurich (1952); 'The Art Gallery and the Community' given to The Museums Association (Oxford 1952); 'Art Galleries and Museums and Their Influence', Council for Visual Education (1952); A speech to the Architectural Association (1953); 'Graham Sutherland at the Venice Biennale' (nd); notes for an address to a meeting of the Parliamentary Labour Party Arts and Amenities Group (1953); a talk on The National Gallery possibly for the Royal Empire Society (1953); a talk on Henry Moore for the BBC (1955); extract from Philip Hendy interviewed by Basil Taylor from Home and Abroad, BBC, Nov 1955; text for 'Henry Moore and his Sculptures' for This Day and Age, BBC, May 1956; text of a talk to the Antique Dealers Association (May 1956)
|Alternative reference numbers||NG35/98|
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