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'The Inside Story' tear sheet photographed by David Mist

    Tear sheet, magazine, 'The Inside Story', mounted, photography by David Mist, magazine unknown, date unknown, 1981-1990.

    Tear sheet from magazine featuring advertisement for Grace Bros, 'The Inside Story'. Top: 'Harlow Sofa; Hollywood revisited for the inspired elegance of super blend silk covering a two seater sofa with a cluster of 6 matching cushions. Shown here in black, other colour available. Regularly priced at $950. Now $899. $6.75 week'. Bottom: 'Grace Bros'.

    Summary

    Object No.

    96/44/1-4/3/7

    Object Statement

    Tear sheet, magazine, 'The Inside Story', mounted, photography by David Mist, magazine unknown, date unknown, 1981-1990.

    Physical Description

    Tear sheet, magazine, 'The Inside Story', mounted, photography by David Mist, magazine unknown, date unknown, 1981-1990.

    Tear sheet from magazine featuring advertisement for Grace Bros, 'The Inside Story'. Top: 'Harlow Sofa; Hollywood revisited for the inspired elegance of super blend silk covering a two seater sofa with a cluster of 6 matching cushions. Shown here in black, other colour available. Regularly priced at $950. Now $899. $6.75 week'. Bottom: 'Grace Bros'.

    Cite this Object

    Harvard

    'The Inside Story' tear sheet photographed by David Mist 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 7 December 2021, <https://ma.as/400060>

    Wikipedia

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