dome

A Lake for Les Halles--Why not? And other Such Reasonable Proposals
1979

One black and pale yellow poster. The poster is split into three sections (Coupe 1?, Coupe 2?, Coupe 3?), each with the same image of the Les Halles de Baltard building in Paris distorted...

National March On Washington For Lesbian And Gay Rights
1978

Poster has a white background overall. The top of the poster has a stylized drawing of an inverted pink triangle overlaid with an image of the dome of the United States Capitol building. On either...

Catch the freedom train to Washington!
1979

Poster is printed on white paper with text and images in black. The top of the poster has the text: "Catch the freedom / train to / Washington!" with a drawing of an Amtrak train, a commercial...

Envision Equal Rights
1993

Poster has a white background overall. The top of the poster has text in red, blue, and white: "Envision Equal Rights" above: "1993 March On Washington" in black. Below the text the poster has a...

March on Washington for Lesbian & Gay Rights  October 11 1987
1987

Poster has a gray background and a purple bottom edge. The center of the poster has a large, lavender colored inverted triangle and many smaller irregularly spaced inverted triangles in white,...

1992
23-Feb-57

The typewritten notation attached to the back of the photo reads: "This fibreglass dome has been mounted on the roof of the Weather Bureau station at the Port of Oakland's Metropolitan Oakland...

Castles of To-day
1922

This is a black and white photograph of a cityscape with rectangular buildings. A dome with decorative molding appears at top right in the background. Shadows fall across the buildings at lower...

n.d.
1990

Included in the exhibition "Architecture In Focus," Oakland Museum of California, 1992.

1973

White clay ceramic sculpture (A) that includes a large white cup and saucer, a pillow and an arch, all sitting atop a white ceramic dome base. Cup has a green band near top and arch is green on...

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