Selections from the collection of Freddy and Regina T. Homburger
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Selections from the collection of Freddy and Regina T. Homburger a loan exhibition, Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, April 2-24, 1971. by Fogg Art Museum.

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Published by Fogg Art Museum in [Cambridge, Mass.] .
Written in English


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Selections from the permanent collection: 9: Selections from the collection of Freddy and Regina T. Homburger: a loan exhibition: 1: THE NATHAN MANILOW SCULPTURE PARK: 5: In the Mind's Eye: Dada and Surrealism: 3: Selections from the William J. Hokin collection: Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, April J 7: Gerhard. Freddy Homburger,was an early tobacco industry researcher into smoking and health problems who later claimed that the Council for Tobacco Research tried to prevent him from publishing his research) Note that documents in the archives spell the name "Homberger" wh spell it with a 'U'. In the legal dispositions and cross examinations he is 'Frederick" but elsewhere, 'Freddie' ( provenance: ancienne collection freddy et regina t. homburger, usa. expositions: northampton, massachussetts, smith college museum of art, the freddy and regina t. homburger collection, sept - oct , n° 16 - cambridge, fogg art museum, selections from the collection of freddy and regina t. homburger a loan exhibition, avril , p. Select Your Interests. In December , Freddy Homburger, MD, a skilled watercolorist, saw a photograph of French painter, illustrator, Mongan A Selections From the Collection of Freddy and Regina T. Homburger. Boston, MA: Fogg Art Museum; 3.

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