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GR-OF CA SING-S02-F06-SF001-0025 (1302)
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Handwritten part of an essay by E. P. Papanoutsos on the recto of eight numbered sheets. It is mentioned, in the first sheet, that this is an excerpt from a work that is about to be published and the author’s previous books Trilogia tou pnevmatos (1928) and Peri technis (1930) are listed. Note related to the journal *Alexandrini Techni” in the same sheet. Cancellations, emendations and underlinings. The text does not appear to conclude in the last sheet. On the verso of all sheets, printed letter from the Greek Teachers’ Union of Alexandria (20/2/1929) regarding a concert they were organising.
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Plain paper with printed elements. Black ink and coloured pencil. Watermark: Urania Bank. Physical item wear: small holes in the upper part of the sheet, at the point of joining with a metal element.
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