News Paper Cuttings of Our Buildings, No. 01 Public

Scrapbook featuring newspaper clippings and articles about the buildings built by László Hudec.

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In Collection:
Creator Subject Language Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 1 scrapbook ; 28 x 36 cm
Alternative title
  • News Paper Cuttings of Our Buildings (No. 1)
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 31.22222, 121.45806
Additional physical characteristics
  • Hard-bound scrapbook, also includes 26 loose sheets of sketches in front
Physical repository Collection
  • László Hudec Collection
Provider Genre Archival item identifier
  • Accession Number: 1996-022, Subseries: Scrapbooks, File: 2.64
Fonds title Fonds identifier Is referenced by Date digitized
  • 2022-06-21/2022-07-20
Technical note
  • Scanned on Betterlight TTI (1/20; 246; Copy4Stops; camera 1100) at 600 DPI TIFF by PD. Metadata by KD.Every effort was made to move, turn, or unfold clippings where possible but throughout this scrapbook, much of the newsprint is extremely brittle and we did not unfold small creased folds to protect the integrity; therefore some text is obscured.Scans 111-115 inserted newspaper section was already in pieces. best effort made to capture, but some text obscuredScan 149 - bottom card is glued in a way that I could not reveal the back without damage to the object or scrapbookScan 208 - insert was trimmed, cutting off textScan 242 - verso of fold out required full width to be cutScans 265-269 - newspaper insert in pieces; placed as close as possible together without obscuring text
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