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THE ART STUDENTS LEAGUE OF NEW YORK • 215 W. 57TH ST. ASL INCORPORATED IN 1878 [[Right Margin]] INSTRUCTORS ALEXANDER ABELS WILL BARNET HENRY BILLINGS HOMER BOSS ROBERT BRACKMAN GEORGE B BRIDGMAN JEAN CHARLOT JON CORBINO FRANK VINCENT DuMOND ERNEST FIENE GEORGE GROSZ ANNE GOLDTHWAITE STEFON HIRSCH MORRIS KANTOR YASUO KUNIYOSHI ROBERT LAURENT ARTHUR LEE PEPPINO MANGRAVITE WILLIAM C. McNULTY WILLIAM C. PALMER GEORGE PICKEN RAPHAEL SOYER HARRY STERNBERG HOWARD THAFTON VACLAV VYTLACIL EDMUND YAGHJIAN MAHONRI YOUNG WILLIAM ZORACH BOARD OF CONTROL STEWART KLONIS, President ROBERT B. HALE, Vice-President ALICE STANDISH BUELL, Vice-President LAMAR BAKER, Treasurer CHARLES TRUMBO HENRY, Recording Secretary HUGH LAUREN MILLS, Corresponding Secretary GREGORY d'ALESSIO, ANNE EISNER GERMAIN G. GLIDDEN EDWIN HEWITT JAMES PENNEY MARY WILSON STEWART [[/Right Margin]] August 24, 1942 Mr. Yasuo Kuniyoshi Woodstock, New York Dear Mr. Kuniyoshi: The Art Students League is offering a scholarship to the winner of a competition among students in the art schools of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union. This competition is to be conducted for the benefit of United China relief. The exhibit will open on October 18 at the Ferargil Gallery. United China Relief has asked us to provide a jury. The jury will meet at the Ferargil Gallery on October 16. Would you be good enough to serve as a member of this jury? Please let us know immediately as time is of the essence. Sincerely yours, Gregory d'Alessio Gregory d'Alessio, Vice-President JC [[image - logo]] ANNA NELSON, EXECUTIVE SECRETARY • TELEPHONE CIRCLE 7-4510
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