American Hungarian Library and Historical Society

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American Hungarian Library and Historical Society

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Archival materials

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Catalogue for the Hungarian Pavilion <br /><br />
at the New York World&#039;s Fair in 1939
Prospectus and catalogue for the Hungarian Pavilion at the 1939 New York World's Fair

Merrymaking in the Village
Exhibited at the Hungarian Pavilion at the 1939 New York World's Fair; acquired from the US Office of Alien Property Custodian (USAPC)

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Transylvanian Shepherd Boy
Exhibited at the Hungarian Pavilion at the 1939 New York World's Fair (see brochure)

Evening on the Danube
Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Boats on the Danube
Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Cheerfully smiling composition of flowers and a statuette
Exhibited at the Hungarian Pavilion at the 1939 New York World's Fair

Flowery Meadow
Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Market Woman
Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Ploughing
Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Barnyard Scene
Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Under the Big Tree
Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Sisters
Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Hungarian Girl, Kaltotaszeg
Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Skating
Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Exhibited at the Hungarian Pavilion at the 1939 New York World's Fair. Signed M.C.P. LL

Still Life
Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…
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