[Letter from Frederick Carder to A. N. Khouri & Brother dated October 7, 1935].

Title: 
[Letter from Frederick Carder to A. N. Khouri & Brother dated October 7, 1935].

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Author/Artist: 
Carder, Frederick.
Description: 
1 letter ; ink on onionskin ; 28 x 22 cm.
paper ink print single sided
Format of Material: 
Documents
Bib ID: 
140704
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Archives (Non-Active)
Call Number: 
Range 7, Bay 4, Shelf 4, Frederick Carder Papers, Box 6B, Letters between Carder and Khouri
Notes: 
Letter, dated October 7, 1935, to A. N. Khouri & Brother in New York City in response to Khouri's inquiry of Carder's opinion of René Lalique. Carder describes Lalique as "outstanding" and "unique". He describes that Lalique has "[brought] to the glass industry the ability and fertility of conception of an artist, together with the skill of a consummate craftsman, in producing moulds the like of which had not been done before." He closes his letter with "there is only one Lalique."
This item is in the Frederick Carder papers.
Frederick Carder papers
Digitized in-house August 2014 for inclusion in the 2014 Carder Steuben Club Annual Symposium.