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INSTITUT FRANÇAIS AUX ÉTATS-UNIS

Museum of French Art
FRENCH INSTITUTE IN THE UNITED STATES
599 FIFTH AVE., at 48th St. (Scribner Building)
NEW YORK CITY
Telephone: 7360 Murray Hill

SEASON 1922-1923

PROGRAMME

LECTURES
During season, in FRENCH, on Art, Literature and various other topics, by distinguished French citizens. (See "Les Mardis de l'Institut.")

COURSES IN THE FRENCH LANGUAGE
Mornings and afternoons, at the Institute, (see special circular).
Evenings, in cooperation with Columbia University (see special circular).

INDUSTRIAL ART COURSES
Dress Designing. Millinery. (Day and Evening Courses.)
Circulars of information concerning courses furnished on request.

EXHIBITIONS OF FRENCH ART

AUDITIONS OF FRENCH MUSIC

READING ROOM
Important Periodicals of France are on file.

REFERENCE LIBRARY -- DOCUMENTARY COLLECTIONS -- BUREAU OF INFORMATION

FRENCH CIRCULATING LITERARY LIBRARY
(open to members every day, except Sundays, from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.; Saturdays, 10 A.M. to Noon.

VIEWS OF PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
on the plan of the "Société des Amis du Louvre."

PRIZES FOR PROFICIENCY IN FRENCH
in public and private schools.

BULLETIN
Detailed announcement of features are mailed to the members as they occur.

LIFE MEMBERSHIP, $100.00 (exempt from all dues).

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP, $10.00
A member's year begins with the month the first day of which is nearest the date of the application for membership.
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SEASON 1922-1923

CONFÉRENCES
LES MARDIS DE L'INSTITUT
à 3 h. 30 de l'après-midi

November 7, 1922 -- Audition de Musique française des 17e et 18e Siècles, par le Quatuor Rameau -- Instruments Anciens (Viole d'amour, Basse de Viole, Flûte et Harpe).

November 14, 1922 -- Ma mission archéologique dans l'Afrique du Nord, par le Comte Byron Khun de Prorok, Directeur des fouilles archéologiques carthaginoises. Avec cinéma et exposition d'objets provenant des fouilles exécutées par la Mission archéologique de Carthage, 1921-1922, et aquarelles, dessins et photographies.

November 21, 1922 -- La Reconstruction Européenne, Notes de voyage, par M. Marcel Ullman, Docteur en droit.

November 28, 1922 -- Lyon, seconde ville de France, par M. Jean-Marie Carré, de l'Université de Lyon, Exchange Professor at Columbia University. (Avec projections).

December 5, 1922 - L'Exploration des Pyrénées françaises et espagnoles, par M. de Margerie, Exchange Professor at Columbia University, avec projections.

December 12, 1922 -- La Riviéra Française, by Dr. G. de la Jarrie, Director of the French Colonial Bureau (avec projections).

December 19, 1922 -- Refrains de Jeunesse, mimés par Mlle Louza Riane.

January 9, 1923 -- Chansons de France, par M. Gustave Ferrari.

January 16, 1923 -- La Situation politique en France, par M. Louis Thomas du "Figaro."

January 23, 1923 -- Les Huguenots en Amérique, par le Dr. G. de la Jarrie, Director of the French Colonial Bureau
(To be continued.)

The order of the above lectures is subject to change.

The following have also been retained:

M. Louis Hourticq, Inspecteur des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris.
Mme. Raymonde Delaunois, of the Metropolitan Opera Co.
Mlle. Marguerite Clément.
Mlle. Jeanne de Mare.
M. Louis Bertrand, Professeur d'Archéologie à la Sorbonne.
M. Paul Leyssac, Etc., Etc.
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