Archive / Carr Brushes Go East, Vancouver Province, January 4, 1967

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  1. Carr Brushes go east, Vancouver Province, January 4, 1967 (page 8)
Item Details

Title: Carr Brushes Go East, Vancouver Province, January 4, 1967

Artist: George Clutesi

Date: January 4, 1967

Format: Ephemera [clipping]

Location: Pacific Newspaper Group Library

Publisher: Vancouver Province, Vancouver

More Information: Article about George Clutesi (at age 62) going east to paint the mural in the Indian pavilion at the Montreal World’s Fair. Collection of the Pacific News Group Library.

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