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November 26, 1954


Notice is hereby given to the Active, Annual and Life members that a Business Meeting of the College Art Association will be held in the Metropolitan Museum Auditorium, New York City, Friday afternoon, January 28th, 1955 at 4:30 p.m., for the purpose of considering and acting upon:

1. Reports of Officers
2. Reports of Regular and Special Committees
3. Ratification and Approval of all acts and proceedings of the Board of Directors taken since the last Annual Meeting
4. Election of Officers and the Board of Directors
5. New Business


Slate of Candidates for the election of Officers for 1955 proposed by the Board of Directors:

Lamar Dodd, President; Millard Meiss, Vice-President; Joseph C. Sloane, Secretary; John W. Straus, Treasurer.

At the end of the year 1954, the following Directors will retire from the Board: John P. Coolidge, Walter L.Creese, Marian B.Davis, Joseph C.Sloane, Andrew C.Ritchie.

The Slate of Candidates proposed by the Nominating Committee for the election of five new Directors to serve until 1959 is:

Donald B. Goodall, University of Southern California; Richard Krautheimer, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; Charles P. Parkhurst, Jr., Oberlin College; Carl O. Schniewind, The Art Institute of Chicago: Joseph C.Sloane, Bryn Mawr College.


Pursuant to the By-Laws, the Board of Directors proposes the following candidates for the Committee to nominate Directors for the year 1956: Howard M. Davis, Chairman, Columbia University; Richard H. Howland, Johns Hopkins University; Erle Loran, University of California, Berkeley; Edgar C. Schenck, Albright Art Gallery; Howard Thomas, University of Georgia.

Twenty or more members entitled to vote may place candidates in nomination for new Directors or for the Nominating Committee, provided a statement containing the names of the proposed candidates over the signature of the twenty or more members is filed with the Secretary at least 30 days before the Annual Meeting. The Secretary within at least 20 days before the Meeting shall circulate the same among the membership entitled to vote at the Annual Meeting. Other nominations for new Directors or for the Nominating Committee may be made from the floor at the Annual Meeting.


If you are unable to attend the Meeting, please return the enclosed proxy. You may instruct the proxies named how to cast your ballot or you may leave the matter in their hands. If another proxy is designated, he must be present at the Business Meeting to cast the vote in person; otherwise your vote is not valid.

Joseph C. Sloane, Secretary

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