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AFA PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION - 1951

REVISED LIST OF INVITED SPEAKERS AND PARTICIPANTS APPEARING ON PROGRAM

Sidney Berkowitz, Director, New York Office, Neiman-Marcus Co.

Dr. Amiya Chakaravarty, Advisor to Indian Delegation, U.N., Member of Institute of Advanced Studies, Princeton, New Jersey

*Dr. George Boas, Author, Professor of History of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University

Charles T. Coiner, Vice-President, N. W. Ayer & Son, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa.

William G. Constable, Curator of Painting, Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Burton Cumming, Acting Director, AFA

Lloyd Goodrich, Associate Director, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City

Bartlett H. Hayes, Jr., Director, Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Mass.

Dr. Henry H. Hope, Chairman, Department of Art, Indiana University

R. Sturgis Ingersoll, President, Philadelphia Museum of Art

John F. Lewis, President, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pa.

Dr. Alcen Amoroso Lima, Director, Dept. of Cultural Affairs, Pan American Union

Antonio A. Micocci, Special Assistant to the Chief, International Broadcasting Division, U.S. Department of State

Budd Schulberg - American Novelist

Ben Shahn - American Artist

Lawrence M. C. Smith, President, The American Federation of Arts

James T. Soby, Author, Editor of the Magazine of Art

Eloise Spaeth, Chairman, Exhibition Committee, AFA

Otto L. Spaeth, President, The Spaeth Foundation

His Excellency, Senor Dr. Don Rafael Heliodoro Valle, the Ambassador of Honduras

*The distinguished author, philosopher and teacher, George Boas, will give the key-note speech at the banquet on Friday evening, June 1st, at the Hotel Bellevue-Stratford.

May 11, 1951
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