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Subject Pratt Institute -- History, Museum exhibits -- New York (State) -- New York, Butterflies -- Exhibitions, Painting -- Study and teaching -- New York (State) -- New York, Classes (Groups of students)
Description A class of women in the Pratt Institute Library Museum, painting with watercolors from a butterfly exhibit. The Pratt Institute Library was built as a public as well as a college library, and was the first free Library in New York City. It was built by architect William B. Tubby in Victorian Renaissance revival style, with interiors by the Tiffany Decorating Company, the Romanesque-style Children's Portico was added to the children's entrance in 1912, the north porch was added in 1936 by John Mead Howells. Keywords: Women, Men, Students, Painting, Library exhibits, Library architecture, Universities and colleges.
Format.Extent 1 photograph : b&w, 16 x 21 cm.
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Subject Pratt Institute -- History, Pratt Institute -- Buildings, Libraries -- New York (State) -- New York, College buildings -- New York (State) -- New York
Description Interior view of the Pratt Institute Library, showing a student on the staircase. Columns and arches are also visible. The Pratt Institute Library was built as a public as well as a college library, and was the first free Library in New York City. It was built by architect William B. Tubby in Victorian Renaissance revival style, with interiors by the Tiffany Decorating Company, the Romanesque-style Children's Portico was added to the children's entrance in 1912, the north porch was added in 1936 by John Mead Howells. Keywords: Library architecture, Universities and colleges.
Format.Extent 1 photograph : b&w, 15 x 22 cm.
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Subject Pratt Institute -- History, Pratt Institute -- Buildings, Libraries -- New York (State) -- New York, College buildings -- New York (State) -- New York
Description Interior view of the Pratt Institute Library, showing women browsing in the stacks and reading, and several display cases. The Pratt Institute Library was built as a public as well as a college library, and was the first free Library in New York City. It was built by architect William B. Tubby in Victorian Renaissance revival style, with interiors by the Tiffany Decorating Company, the Romanesque-style Children's Portico was added to the children's entrance in 1912, the north porch was added in 1936 by John Mead Howells. Keywords: Women, Students, Library architecture, Universities and colleges.
Format.Extent 1 photograph : b&w, 16 x 21 cm.
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Pratt Institute
Subject Pratt Institute -- History, Pratt Institute -- Buildings, Libraries -- New York (State) -- New York, College buildings -- New York (State) -- New York
Description Interior view of the Pratt Institute Library, showing students in the reading room. The Pratt Institute Library was built as a public as well as a college library, and was the first free Library in New York City. It was built by architect William B. Tubby in Victorian Renaissance revival style, with interiors by the Tiffany Decorating Company, the Romanesque-style Children's Portico was added to the children's entrance in 1912, the north porch was added in 1936 by John Mead Howells. Keywords: Men, Women, Students, Library architecture, Universities and colleges.
Format.Extent 1 photograph : b&w, 16 x 22 cm.
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Pratt Institute
Subject College buildings -- New York (State) -- New York, Libraries -- New York (State) -- New York, Pratt Institute -- Buildings, Pratt Institute -- History
Description Interior view of the Pratt Institute Library, showing students studying at tables in a reading room. The Pratt Institute Library was built as a public as well as a college library, and was the first free Library in New York City. It was built by architect William B. Tubby in Victorian Renaissance revival style, with interiors by the Tiffany Decorating Company, the Romanesque-style Children's Portico was added to the children's entrance in 1912, the north porch was added in 1936 by John Mead Howells. Keywords: Men, Women, Students, Library architecture, Universities and colleges.
Format.Extent 1 photograph : b&w, 21 x 26 cm.
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Pratt Institute
Subject College buildings -- New York (State) -- New York, Libraries -- New York (State) -- New York, Pratt Institute -- Buildings, Pratt Institute -- History
Description Interior view of the Pratt Institute Library, showing students browsing in the stacks. The Pratt Institute Library was built as a public as well as a college library, and was the first free Library in New York City. It was built by architect William B. Tubby in Victorian Renaissance revival style, with interiors by the Tiffany Decorating Company, the Romanesque-style Children's Portico was added to the children's entrance in 1912, the north porch was added in 1936 by John Mead Howells. Keywords: Men, Women, Students, Library architecture, Universities and colleges.
Format.Extent 1 photograph : b&w, 21 x 26 cm.
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Pratt Institute
Subject Classes (Groups of students), Painting -- Study and teaching -- New York (State) -- New York, Butterflies -- Exhibitions, Museum exhibits -- New York (State) -- New York, Pratt Institute -- History
Description A class of women in the Pratt Institute Library Museum, painting with watercolors from a butterfly exhibit. The Pratt Institute Library was built as a public as well as a college library, and was the first free Library in New York City. It was built by architect William B. Tubby in Victorian Renaissance revival style, with interiors by the Tiffany Decorating Company, the Romanesque-style Children's Portico was added to the children's entrance in 1912, the north porch was added in 1936 by John Mead Howells. Keywords: Women, Men, Students, Painting, Library exhibits, Library architecture, Universities and colleges.
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