The Museum of the 1930s is a municipal museum specializing in the fine arts, decorative arts, and industrial arts of the 1930s. The museum was begun in 1939 by Dr. Albert Besançon. After his death in 1983, the museum focused upon the 1930s.nToday, the museum holds about 1,500 sculptures, 800 paintings, and 20,000 drawings, plus furniture, ceramics, posters, and original records. It also contains a number of African and overseas works.


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