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A meeting is to be held on Friday, February 2, 1962 at 4 o'clock p.m. at the office of [[pencil underlined]] Ralph F. Colin [[/pencil underlined]], 575 Madison Avenue (corner of 57th Street) 20th Floor, to discuss the organization of an Association of responsible dealers in Paintings and Sculpture. It is hoped that such an Association will be as widely representative as possible. Accordingly, the following dealers are being invited to attend the meeting (the asterisk denotes those who, in preliminary discussions, have already indicated their interest in joining such an Association): Alan Gallery *Grace Borgenicht Gallery Carstair Gallery *Leo Castelli Gallery Galerie Chalette *Downtown Gallery Durlacher Gallery *Andre Emmerich Gallery *Otto M. Gerson Gallery Rudolf Heinemann Hirschl & Adler Martha Jackson Gallery Sidney Janis Gallery *M. Knoedler & Co., Inc. Kootz Gallery Kraushaar Galleries Pierre Matisse Gallery Milch Art Gallery *New Gallery Betty Parsons Gallery Perls Gallery *Paul Rosenberg & Co. Rosenberg & Stiebel, Inc. *Saidenberg Gallery Sam Salz Bertha Schaefer Gallery Schaeffer Galleries Germain Seligmann Stable Gallery Catherine Viviano Gallery Julius H. Weitzner *Willard Gallery Please telephone Miss Judith Irby, MU 8-7800, if you plan to attend. ^[[R. Colin]]
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