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DAN TERRY REID, Born in Chicago. Received B.S. in art at Howard University. Studied at Wicker School of Fine Arts Detroit; Chicago Art Institute. Worked with P.W.A.P. 1933. Exhibited, Harmon Exhibits, 1931, 1933; Chicago artists out door show, 1934, West Side Alley P.W.A.P. exhibit, Washington and Richmond; Harmon College Art Association Traveling Exhibition, 1934, 1935; Texas Centennial, 1936. [[image - manicule]] This is the Ninth Annual Negro History Week Art Exhibit, featuring outstanding Negro Artists sponsored by Miss A.W. Thomas The work of Reid, Hudson, Travis, Clark, Jones, Carter, Brown and Harleston lent by the Howard University Gallery of Art.
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