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Horst Gerson, Netherlands Institute for Art History and Columbia University
Drawings of Nudes by Rembrandt and his Pupils.
Patricia Milne Henderson, Folger Shakespeare Library.
An Introduction to the Drawings of George Romney.
Daniel Robbins, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Gleizes and Pascal

SAH: MODERN ARCHITECTURE. Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel.

Chairman: James M. Fitch, Columbia University.

4:30 CAA Annual Business Meeting. Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel.

FRIDAY EVENING
7:30 - 10:30
CAA and SAH: Cocktails and Banquet. Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel.
CAA and SAH Book Awards announced.
Speaker: To be announced.
Banquet tickets $6.50, gratuities and tax included, if purchased before 1:00 p.m. Friday, otherwise $7.00.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 30 --- MORNING
9:30 - 11:30
CAA: MODERN ART.

Chairman: Jean S. Boggs, University of California, Riverside.
Speakers: John W. McCoubrey, Yale University.
Gros' Battle of Eylau and Roman Imperial Art.
Lee F. Johnson, Swarthmore College.
Delacroix and Chevreul.
Eugene M. Becker, Frick Collection.
The Whistler-Ruskin Trial: Its Historical Significance for Non-Objective Painting.
Theodore Reff, Columbia University.
Cezanne and Rubens
John Alford, Tulane University.
Problems of Humanistic Art in a Mechanistic Culture.

SAH: PRESERVATION AND URBAN RENEWAL.

Chairman: G. Holmes Perkins, University of Pennsylvania.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 31

SAH: TOUR OF BROOKLYN. Conducted by Marvin D. Schwartz, Brooklyn Museum. CAA members and their guests are invited.

NOTICE: - There will be an exhibition entitled "Milestones of Architectural Publishing Prior to 1600: at the Avery Memorial Architecture Library, daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

There will be an exhibition of books on art, architecture and archaeology at the Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel.
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