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[[underlined]] Private Collections [[/underlined]]
Mrs Robert Benjamin
Mrs Kenyon Boocock
Mrs. Patricia Sneed
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Alloway
Mrs. Duncan Phillips
Mrs. Ethel Schwabacher
Mrs. Ruth Stephan Franklin
Mrs. Elayne H. Varian
Mark Rudkin
Mrs. Ruth Vollmer
Mrs. Sargent McKean
Ellsworth Kelly
Kenzo Okada
Mr & Mrs. Burton Tremaine
Dale McConathy
Mrs. Ad Reinhardt
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Hirshhorn
Hedda Sterne
Soloman B. Smith
Stanley Posthorn
Samuel Miller
Dr. Lee Hall
Mrs. R. Wolcott Hooker
Jasper Johns
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Vogel
Mrs. Barnett Newman
Mrs. Paul Mellon
Carter Brown
Abe Sachs
Mrs. Kay Ordway
Samuel Miller
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Hardin
Ms. Priscilla Peck
Alexander Liberman
Alfonso Ossorio
Saul Steinberg
Jack Youngerman
Ellsworth Kelly
Joel Grey
Alfred Daniels
Mrs Irma Selz Engelhardt

[[underlined]] Public Collections [[/underlined]]
Rockefeller Institute 
Montclair Art Museum
Carnegie Institute
National Collection of Fine Arts
Whitney Museum
Ciba-Geigy Coll. of Contemporary Paintings
Mortimer Brandt Gallery

[[underlined]] Interviews & Discussions [[/underlined]]
Interview over WNYC, 10/16/51
" " " [[dittos for Interview over WNYC]], 10/5/54, "Art Festival Program" with Calvert Coggeshall
Panel Discussion over WNYC, 10/31/52, "Betty Parsons Gallery"
Interview on C.B.S.-TV with Mike Wallace, spring 1973
Radio Interview, Kinshasa, Zaire, with John Canaday, fall 1973
Panel Discussion at [[underlined]] Focus [[/underlined]] in Phila., 5/1/74 "Women as Tastemakers"
Interview over WNYC, 4/17/75
" " [[dittos for Interview over]] WBAI, 9/75 with John Perreault
B. Parsons presents award at Skohegan School of Painting & Sculpture Annual Awards Dinner, 4/30/74, Plaza Hotel
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