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Artifacts from "Cathedral 7" hack Lobby 7 October 30,1992

Major collection: MIT General Collections
Named collection: MIT Hacks Collection
Object type: hack
Maker: Place made: United States, Massachusetts, Cambridge, MIT
Date made: 1992
Measurements: 87 in x 50 3/4 in
Nomenclature: ceremonial artifacts
Classification: societal artifacts

Includes 3 "stained glass" banners 110" long (.3, .4, .5) and two cardboard tablet "Ten Commandments" 87" x 50 1/2" (.2). Paintings "Temptation of vi/Path of Truth" and "Adoration of an HP Calculator", both 22" x 28". "Confession Heard" sign [12.5" x 23.5"] is with Hack Posters N51-239 FFZ/1/16. Also blue t-shirt and transparency of calculus identity.


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