- 1890s to 2004 (Creation)
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Material relating to exhibitions, events and other activities of the South London Gallery from the 1890s to the 2000s. It includes: posters; newspaper cuttings; leaflets; invitation cards (including to the re-opening of the gallery after World War One with an exhibition of Daumier prints); press cuttings; souvenir programmes (including one to mark the unveiling of the 'Local Volunteers' Tablet, South African War, 1899-1902', which also details the menu for the ceremony); and photocopies from the Building News (1893). There is also a copy of a 'Report of Committee appointed to consider a proposal is transfer the management of the Institution to the Local Authorities' [sic], written by Wyke Bayliss, Georgiana Burne-Jones and F.T. Pexton, dated 1 October 1895.
The majority of the items date from the first half of the 20th century (there are some duplicates of original material).