From: Andrew Epstein (email@example.com)
Date: 02/12/03-02:09:01 PM Z
Yes, I believe all the photos in both shows (one show, of course, was
all newly acquired photos), as well as the Douglas daguerreotype, are
part of AIC's permanent collection.
>So i've a question,
>were the photos mentioned in the original message from this thread
>part of the permanent collection, or part of an exhibit?
>i'll be starting school at SAIC in the fall, will i get a chance to
>see the dagguerotype of Douglas, et al?
>Sent: 02/12/03 01:05 AM
>Subject: Re: Chicago, Pt. II
>> I'll also vouch for the power of seeing the Douglas Daguerreotype. It was
>first displayed a couple of years ago in a different show and it is
>beyond belief...it's almost like some kind of holographic representation
>Fredrick Douglas...the sense of history that one feels while viewing it is
>Tha Art Institute's collection and exhibitions are almost always top notch
>and it's one of the best things about living in Chicago. Whenever life
>me down, I go to the 'tute and recharge my batteries. Glad that there was
>good selection of material there for your visit.
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