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|Archive reference number||NGA3/5/100|
File of correspondence and information about Henry Moore
The file includes: an article in Teachers World and School Mistress (25 Oct 1950) called 'Should They Have Acquired It?' re the acquisition of a group of sculptures by Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth by Barclay School, Stevenage, Hertfordshire; typescripts of 3 articles on Henry Moore by Philip Hendy (c1950s); typescript text of an exhibition catalogue 'Henry Moore: an exhibition of sculpture and paintings organised by the British Council' (held at the Boymans Museum, Rotterdam 1953); copy of Philip Hendy's letter to the Editor of the Manchester Guardian re 'Henry Moore's Torso' and letters commenting on it from D S Cleveland, Stanley Mayne, John Hardman, Helen Kapp, and Stephen Bone (March 1954); correspondence with Phaidon Press (1956); a document - 'The Henry Moore Foundation: memorandum of proposals' (3 Apr 1960); correspondence about Henry Moore's possible membership of the Athenaeum Club (1961); correspondence about the Henry Moore exhibition at Musée Rodin, Paris (1961); correspondence with Kate R Stern re the provenance of Henry Moore's 'Goats Head' which she acquired in 1959 (1964).
|Alternative reference numbers||NG35/108|
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