Carnegie Magazine (Bulletin of The Carnegie Institute) (Periodical run, 1927-2004)
Price: 900.00 USD
Pittsburgh, Penna: Carnegie Museums, 2004. 60 bound volumes (blue buckram) and 32 loose issues. A terrific museum resource that requires 8 feet of shelf space. The periodical began in Vol. 1 as "Bulletin of the Carnegie Institute." Vol. 2 marked the name change to "Carnegie Magazine." (All bound vols. carry the latter consistent name.) It provides information about artists, art exhibitions, museum goings-on, and local interest. Uncommon in lengthy runs, most useful. The bound run is complete from 1927 (Vol. 1) up to 1984, and also 1986 and 1989 (Vol. 59). The majority of 1985, 1987-88, and 1990-2004 are covered by loose issues, but none are complete years. Still a great set for art or Pittsburgh fans. VG, ex art reference library with marks on spines.