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3 items relating to "Constructa Bauausstellung Hannover 1951"


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1) "Presse" Führer durch die Constructa Bauausstellung Hannover 1951, 3. Juli bis 12. August. Deutsche Messe- und Ausstellungs-AG. Hannover - Messegelände. 128 page exhibition guide bound in original color-illustrated wraps. "Ringelhan Pelze" sticker on front and rear wrapper. "Presse" stamped in blue ink preceding title. Illustrated with ground-plans of various exhibitions, some drawings, as well as advertisements. Text in German. Wraps slightly creased and stained. Head and tail of spine slightly chipped.2) Constructa Bauausstellung 1951 Hannover, 3. Juli - 12. August. Pamphlet in German, French and English, listing the program with the various exhibitions. Illustrated with a b/w photographic reproduction of the exhibition grounds and Hall 9 under construction. Color illustrated folding wraps with 7 three-sectioned fold-out pages and 6 single pages, as issued. 3) Die Frau und die Constructa. 16 page pamphlet bound in original color-illustrated wraps. This pamphlet was produced to list and point out exhibitions which might be of interest to women. It was also printed to honor the German "Trümmerfrau" (literally translated as ruins woman or rubble woman). Trümmerfrauen were the women, who, in the aftermath of World War II, cleaned up the bombed cities of Germany and Austria, removing all ruins. This was the prerequisite for both the preservation and reconstruction of the cities. Text in German. The purpose of the first Constructa exhibition was to demonstrate the hard work and rebuilding of Hannover after W.W.II. Many parts of the city were destroyed in 1945. Due to its success, it established itself in the following years as a major exhibition on German architecture. All items with very minor age wear. Overall very good condition. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 23211

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Title: 3 items relating to "Constructa ...

Publisher: NP n/d

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