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The Broadsheet was a student publication which ran through the mid-1930s. Printed in the style of the broadsheet, the paper was a single sheet published weekly with brief descriptions of current news. The issue of February 1935 included a brief article about the exhibition of miniature stage sets that the Saturday young students had on display on the top floor of the Jewelry Building at RISD. Items of the Moment mentioned art exhibitions, the picture lending library and other art interests for the RISD students.
Providence, Rhode Island
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Students of RISD and Archives, RISD, "The Broadsheet February 1935" (1935). All Student Newspapers. 4.
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