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ARTISTS FOR VICTORY, INCORPORATED
101 PARK AVENUE · NEW YORK CITY · MU. 5-6249

HOBART NICHOLS
President
J. SCOTT WILLIAMS
HUGO GELLERT
ARTHUR LOOMIS HARMAN
BIANCA TODD
PAUL MANSHIP
Vice Presidents
ARTHUR CRISP
Treasurer
ALLYN COX
Secretary
Joseph Le Boit
Corresponding Secretary
GIFFORD BEAL
Chairman for Painting
CORNELIA VAN A. CHAPIN
For Sculpture
JOHN TAYLOR ARMS
For Relations
JAN JUTA
For Mural Painting
JULIAN CLARENCE LEVI
For Architecture
A. F. BRINCKERHOFF
For Landscape Architecture
PAUL MANSHIP
Cultural and Program
ERNEST ROTH
For Graphic Arts
IRWIN HOFFMAN
For Promotion
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Allied Artists of America Alumni Association of the American Academy in Rome American Academy in Rome American Abstract Artists [[strikethrough]] American Artists Congress [[/strikethrough]] American Society of Miniature Painters · American Veterans Society of Artists · American Water Color Society · An American Group, Inc. · Archi-tectural League of New York Federation of Modern Painters and Sculptors · Municipal Art Society of New York · Na-tional Academy of Design National Association of Women Artists · National Sculpture Society · National Society of Mural Painters New York Chapter of the American Artists Professional League · New York Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects · New York Society of Women Artists Sculptors Guild, Inc. · Society of American Etchers · [[strikethrough]] United American Artists [[/strikethrough]] · United Scenic Artists · Bomb Shell Artists Group

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Artists League of am. 13 avtra place


Sept. 9th 1942

Mr Yasuo Kuniyoshi
Woodstock.

Dear Sir:

According to the rules of the Modern Museum, the Council for Democracy and those sponsoring the Competition with us, no members of the nations of our enemies are eligible to enter.

Yours truly

Dorothy E. Payne
Dorothy Payne
Ass't Secy.
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