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Deidre Theiman <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 19 Jul 2000 17:10:15 -0500
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I know that the Museum of Modern Art in New York has a collection movie
posters, although it was closed when I was there last, so I can't tell you
what it includes.  You can find them online at:

You might also try the Margaret Herrick Library of the Academy of Motion
Picture Arts and Sciences in Los Angeles and George Eastman House in
Rochester, NY.  Both of them have movie posters in their collections.  They
are online at:

Deidre Thieman

Timothy Shary wrote:

> HelloÑ
>         I am about to start a research project on American movie
> advertising, but all I can find as resources for posters and ads are a few
> Internet sites which have limited collections.   Ideally, IÕd like to
> access a collection of original Hollywood movie posters, but I donÕt know
> if such an archive exists.  Does anyone know of a public or private
> archive of movie posters and how I might find it?
>         Thanks a lotÑ
>         Tim Shary
>         Clark University
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