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Interview with WPA silkscreen artist Tony Velonis
Detail from [Anthony Velonis, seated at desk, working on a poster matrix in the Photography and Reproduction Department, Lowry Field, Denver, Colorado]. [1943 or 1944]. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. Reproduction Number: LC-USZC2-5135.
In December of 1994, The Library of Congress hosted a symposium on the WPA titled "Amassing 'American Stuff': The New Deal Arts Collections of the Library of Congress." The following interview with master silkscreen printer Anthony (Tony) Velonis took place at that time as one of several in-depth interviews with notable figures of the WPA projects.
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