Corridor in Building C Looking toward Building K, Henry Ford Museum, 1928

Summary

One of a series of views of the Museum as built, this black and white drawing shows a long corridor which runs along the front of the Museum. Known as the Promenade, this marble floored space also connects front of the Museum with the exhibit gallery behind. This view shows the main entrance into the Museum from the clock tower which is behind us.

One of a series of views of the Museum as built, this black and white drawing shows a long corridor which runs along the front of the Museum. Known as the Promenade, this marble floored space also connects front of the Museum with the exhibit gallery behind. This view shows the main entrance into the Museum from the clock tower which is behind us.

Artifact

Pencil drawing

Date Made

circa 1928

Subject Date

1928

Location

Not on exhibit to the public.

Object ID

84.176.6

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)
Pencil (Marking material)

Technique

Drawing (Image-making)

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 19 in

Width: 17.5 in

Inscriptions

back: Edison Institute of Technology/Corridor in Building C. Looking toward Building K./Robert O. Derrick, Inc. Architects. Detroit

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