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History of Design & Curatorial Studies

A guide for students in the MAMA History of Design & Curatorial Studies offered in conjunction with the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum.

CALL NUMBERS

FURNITURE NK 2200-2750

2200 Periodicals. 2310 Etruscan.
2205 Dicitionaries. 2315 Roman.
2210 Exhibitions (by place). 2320 Other.
2215 Museums (by place). 2335 Medieval.
2220 Private collections. 2340 Romanesque.
2229 Early works (to 1850). 2345 Gothic.
2230 General treatises (since 1850). 2350 Modern.
2235 Styles. 2355 Renaissance.
2240 Collectors' manuals. 2360 17th-18th century.
2250 Addresses, essays, etc. 2365 Baroque.
2260 Collections of designs from several sources. 2370 Louis XVI.
2265 Dealers' catalogs, etc. 2375 Rococo. Louis XV.
2270 General History. 2380 Louis XVI.
2280 Ancient History. 2385 Empire style.
2285 Oriental. 2390 19th century
2290 Egyptian. 2395 20th century. Recent.
2295 Assyro-Babylonian. 2401-2694 Special countries.
2305 Greek.

 

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