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The Dream that Fagged Out sculpture by Julius Damasdy

This sculptural object was created by Canadian-Hungarian artist, Julius Damasdy and entered into the Ontario Society of Artists show at the Toronto Art Gallery in 1967 and winning the award for best sculpture.

Dr. Franc Joubin, a founding member of Ryerson's newly formed Board of Governors, promised to purchase whichever sculpture won best place in its category.

The sculpture stood in the President's Office and later in the Library where it stood on guard in the 6th floor book stacks. It was finally banished to the Ryerson Archives.

The sculpture has the artist's name on its base, "Damasdy," and is also known as Peter.

The Amazon, Berlin

Glass slide in wood frame. Image framed in black. Handwritten on slide in black ink "The Amazon, Front of Museum, Berlin, Germany." Handwritten in ink on wood frame "Amazon" the rest of the sticker has come off. Image is of an equestrian statue outside a building with columns. The statue is of a naked woman, holding a spear, sitting on a horse rearing up, with a lion latched to its throat. Cannot figure out which museum it's in front of in Berlin, Germany. Please note that the wood frame is a thicker cut than the others, and not a straight cut.