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Museum Wolmirstedt Archivalien [A_1737.07]

Ausstellungsplakat Sonderausstellung "Schwarz-Afrika an Ohre und Aller"

Ausstellungsplakat Sonderausstellung "Schwarz-Afrika an Ohre und Aller" (Museum Wolmirstedt CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Museum Wolmirstedt / Museum Wolmirstedt (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Weißes Papier im A3-Hochformat einseitig bedruckt.
Oben Abbildung der ersten Strophe des illustrierten Gedichtes "Die Geschichten von den schwarzen Buben" aus dem Buch "Struwwelpeter" von Heinrich Hoffmann.
Darunter Text: "Schwarz-Afrika an Ohre und Aller // Zur Geschichte interkulturellen Kennenlernens // Sonderausstellung im Museum Wolmirstedt // vom 13. Februar bis 1. Mai 2005 // Öffnungszeiten: Di - Fr 9.00 - 12.00 und 14.00 - 17.00 Uhr, So 10.00 - 12.00 und 14.00 - 17.00 Uhr".

Material / Technique

Papier, Tinte / Druck (Xerokopie)

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H: 42 cm x B: 29,7 cm

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Created
Wolmirstedt
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Subsahara-Afrika
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Afrika
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2005
Intellectual creation Intellectual creation
1844
1843 2007

[Last update: 2018/08/27]

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