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The Helen Hyde Collection

October + November 2008

In the October + September 2008 issue of GFWC Clubwoman Magazine, we highlighted the work of Helen Hyde, one of America's foremost printmakers, known for her work during the American Arts and Crafts Movement (1870-1914), as well as work by German printmaker Gustave Baumann.

Above: The Moon Bridge at Kameido (1914)

The exhibit is on display at GFWC's Headquarters and demonstrates GFWC's long-standing interest in promoting the inspirational and educational value of art.

»View the images in more detail online.

For a better look at the exhibit "Noble and Beautiful Things" from the WHRC Research Library, join us for a tour of GFWC Headquarters.

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