On December 8 of last year, science and art joined hands as Mayor Abraham Beame opened New York City's most modern museum, the Museum of Holography. Six hundred persons were on hand to view the inaugural exhibition, "Through the Looking Glass," a collection of twenty-four holograms by ten of the nation's prominent holographers. Represented in the collection were reflection holograms, dichromate holograms, white-light transmission holograms, and white-light integral holograms (holographic movies).
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Publish Date: 01 July 1977
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