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[[boxed]] MUSEUM OF FRENCH ART FRENCH INSTITUTE in the UNITED STATES LES MARDIS DE L'INSTITUT (John Sanford Saltus Foundation for Lectures) MARDI, LE 14 NOVEMBRE 1922 à 3 h. 30 de l'après-midi DANS LA GALERIE DE L'INSTITUT 599 FIFTH AVE. (at 48th St.) -- Telephone: Murray Hill 7360 Ma Mission Archéologique dans l'Afrique du Nord par le COMTE BYRON KHUN DE PROROK Directeur des fouilles archeologiques carthaginoises Avec cinéma et exposition d'objets provenant des fouilles exécutées par la Mission archéologique de Carthage, 1921-1922, et aquarelles, dessins et photographies. ______________ All admissions are subject to the seating capacity of the Auditorium. All classes of members are admitted upon presentation of their membership cards or tokens. Annual members are entitled to twelve extra admission tickets for their friends, during the season; Life members are entitled to twenty-four tickets. ___________ TRUSTEES: McDougall Hawkes, John G. Agar, William R. Britton, Nicholas Murray Butler, William A. Clark, Samuel W. Fairchild, Joseph H. Freedlander, Thomas Hastings, Coleman du Pont, Lucien Jouvaud, Otto H. Kahn, Thomas Hughes Kelly, George F. Kunz, André de Coppet, Edward T. Newell, W. Francklyn Paris, Lawrence L. Gillespie, Ormond G. Smith, Henry Alfred Todd, Rodman Wanamaker, John L. Waterbury. P. 719 (over) [[end boxed copy]] [[set vertically to right of the boxed copy]] BULLETIN DE LA SEMAINE The exhibition of archeological objects, aquarelles, sketches and photographs of the Carthaginian excavations will remain open from Nov. 15 to Nov. 29, 1922, from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M., except Sundays.
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