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Catalog Number 10645-2163
Title Clipping, Magazine; Article; John Falter; Offset Lithograph; Lost in the Emerald World; Guideposts; October 1971
Object Name Clipping, Magazine
Description Color offset lithograph on white paper. Article titled "Lost in the Emerald World," from Guideposts magazine. Pages 11 through 14. Page 12 and 13 feature the article and an illustration by John Falter. The article, on two sheets of paper, are taped together on the back. Page 12 has a purple side bar with the article by Gene Savoy. The text, title, and last sentence are bolded. On the right of page 12 and covering page 13 is Falter's illustration. The image features a jungle scene with white flowers, ferns, vines and leaves. Two figures in khaki coats and hats are moving through the jungle on the right edge. The heads of two jaguars are visible on the left edge next to three large white flowers. On the back, page 14, continues the Savoy article with two columns of text. At the top left corner is a halftone photograph of Savoy and two Peruvian guides. Page 11 features an article titled "The Quiet People" and is about immigrants. The top of the page has the title of the article and a half-tone photograph of two people printed on a green rectangle. Two columns of text fill the rest of the page. John Falter's name and address is stamped in blue ink on the lower right and top right. The page number is on the bottom left or bottom right (outside corner) of each page.
Date 10/01/1971
Year Range from 1971
Year Range to 1971
Material Paper, Ink
Medium Offset Lithograph
Artist Falter, John P.
Made Guideposts, Inc.
Place of Origin USA: New York, New York
Makers mark John Falter // 21 Summit St. // Philadelphia, // Pa. 19118
Inscription Text JF
Height (in) 7.25
Width (in) 9.813000000000001
People Falter, John Philip, 1910-1982
Savoy, Gene
Other Name Article, Magazine
Credit line John P. Falter, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania
Collection Falter, John P. Collection
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