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    AUTOGRAPH GUTZON BORLUM MOUNT RUSHMORE BOOKLET 1940 - Borglum, Gutzon (1867-1941) American sculptor. Won renown for his works of colossal proportion, such as the Famous "Mount Rushmore National Memorial" His other works include the head of Lincoln at (US Capitol Rotunda) and the 12 Apostles in St John's Cathedral in New York. At the time this booklet was published, Borglum's monumental sculpture was only ¾ completed, and the many sepia half-ton photographs depict the project in various stages of completion. This 32 page booklet signed by Borglum, Sincerely "Gutzon Borglum 1940." 4.75"x 8.5".

    Condition: Very Fine.


    ‡ The owner placed a late bid on this unreserved lot and repurchased it, subject to applicable commission.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2007
    11th Sunday
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