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1038 Fifth Avenue, New York 28 * SA 2-2452

March 10, 1960

Dear Member:

Our plans for this year's Annual Meeting of Members are unusually exciting, I think, and I am eager to tell you about them. The date is Thursday, April 21st. 


3:30-5:00 p.m. Tea. [[underlined]]The Four Seasons Restaurant [[/underlined]] , New York's new restaurant in the Seagram Building. Fine paintings and sculpture in an exquisite setting.

4:00-5:30 p.m. Tour of Selected Offices in the Seagram Building, 375 Park Avenue. This bronze skyscraper, completed in 1957, is one of the most outstanding examples of modern architecture in the City. Designed by architects Mies van der Rohe ad Phillip C. Johnson. Tour includes office of Mr. Johnson on the top floor, with its splendid views and collection of modern paintings.

5:00-7:00 p.m. Visit to Private Executive Suite of the recently completed Chase Manhattan Bank Building, 410 Park Avenue. Interior by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. Includes many works by well-known contemporary artists. Cocktails will be served.

7:15 p.m. Dinner at the Cosmopolitan Club, 129 East 65th Street, followed by

8:15 p.m. Annual Meeting of Members

The price for this entire program is $11.00 per person.

Because space is limited at the Cosmopolitan club, we must ask that you invite no more than one guest. Will you kindly return the enclosed card at your earliest convenience? Tickets must be paid for in advance. Please make checks payable to The American Federation of Arts. 

I look forward to seeing you on April 21st. 

Sincerely yours,
[[signature]] Roy R. Neuberger [[/signature]]
Roy R. Neuberger


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