Letters received by Frederick Kiesler, 1937-1961.

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Kiesler, Frederick. Letters received by Frederick Kiesler, 1937-1961.

Letters received by Frederick Kiesler, 1937-1961.

The collection is principally comprised of letters from surrealists in Paris in the years immediately following the Second World War, and includes extended reportage and commentary relating to Breton's circle and to their publications and exhibitions. Kiesler visited and exhibited in Paris in 1947 and 1948 and collaborated at this time with Breton on his "Ode a Charler Fourier."

89 items.use copy. 1 microfilm reel : positive, b/w ; 35 mm.printing master. 1 microfilm reel : negative, b/w ; 35 mm.archival master. 1 microfilm reel : positive, b/w ; 35 mm.

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