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  1. Henry Hawthorn unpacking paintings for the Museum of Anthropology, 1948
Item Details

Title: Dr. Harry Hawthorn unpacking paintings for the Museum of Anthropology

Artist: George Clutesi

Curator: Harry Hawthorn

Date: November 24, 1948

Format: Photograph [black and white print]

Location: UBC Archives Historical Photographs

Fonds: Special Collections, UBC #1.1/9764-2

More Information: Dr. Harry Hawthorn shown with seven paintings by George Clutesi which had been purchased by UBC Museum of Anthropology.  Collection of the Unviersity of British Columbia Archives, UBC 1.1/9764-2.

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