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COLLEGE ART ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA 625 Madison Avenue, New York 22, N.Y. * Phone: Wickersham 2-0537 November 27, 1948 Dear Member: The thirty-seventh Annual Meeting of the College Arts Association of America will be held in Baltimore, Maryland on January 27 - 28 - 29, 1949. Our headquarters will be the Hotel Lord Baltimore. Sessions with papers will be devoted to Ancient Mediaeval; Renaissance-Baroque; Oriental; and Modern Art. A special feature of our meetings will be symposia on January 27th and 28th on "The Federal Government and Art", and "The Museum as an Educational Institution". Our meetings will be held at the Johns Hopkins University and the Baltimore Museum of Art. Arrangements are being made to have special luncheons for members on Thursday and Friday, January 27th and 28th, and the annual banquet will be held on Friday evening, the 28th, at the Hotel Lord Baltimore. Details of the program including names of speakers will be sent to members early in January, together with application blanks for hotel reservations. An outstanding event at the Annual Meeting will be a reception held at the Walters Art Gallery at the opening of the largest exhibition of Mediaeval Illuminated Manuscripts ever held in America on Thursday evening. This exhibition has been planned especially to coincide with our Annual Meeting. We believe that the program this year will be very interesting and stimulating and we hope very much that you, as a member of the College of Art Association, will find it possible to come. We expect a large attendance and I am sure it will be a worthwhile gathering. Sincerely yours, Frederick B. Deknatel Frederick B. Deknatel, President [[left margin]] Honorary Directors Walter W. S. Cook Charles R. Morey David M. Robinson Paul J. Sachs Directors President Frederick B. Deknatel Vice-President G. Haydn Huntley Secretary Esther I. Seaver Treasurer Mark Eisner Alfred H. Barr, Jr. Agnes Rindge Claflin Sumner McK. Crosby Lamar Dodd George H. Forsyth, Jr. Lloyd Goodrich Bartlett H. Hayes, Jr. Henry R. Hope Henry-Russell Hitchcock Fiske Kimball Rensselaer W. Lee Amy Woller McClelland Ulrich Middeldorf Stephen C. Pepper David M. Robb Charles H. Sawyer PUBLICATIONS: ART BULLETIN Charles L. Kuhn, Editor COLLEGE ART JOURNAL Henry R. Hope, Editor PLACEMENT BUREAU Business Manager Peter Magill [[/left margin]]
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