Roger Lannes de Montebello, notebooks and illustrated research notes, 1960s-1970s

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Two pages with drawings and notes from one of Roger de Montebello’s research notebooks from the 1960s.

8.5 x 11 inches

“Proposed Shutter Designs for Integrams” (four theoretical designs are presented), two sheets of typed text with annotations and four pencil sketches on vellum, dated October 9, 1972

8.5 x 11 inches each

Page 1 of typed text and Figure 3a of related drawings

Figure 1a: “1st form of shutter for this screen type…”

Drawing and Notes Relating to the Casting Procedure for the Creation of Lens Viewing Screens, graphite and ink on graph paper, dated January 17, 1973

Two sheets stapled together, 8.5 x 11 inches each

Spread from de Montebello’s Technical Record Book, started 7/15/1974

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