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Ray Yoshida's Bibliography Page 3 Schulze, Franz. Fantastic images: Chicago Art Since 1945. Chicago: Follectt Publishing, 1972. pg.208-209,221. The Art institute of Chicago. The 74th American Exhibition of Artists of Chicago and Vicinity. Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1982. Essay by Anne Rorimer. pgs. 5-11. The 73rd American Exhibition of Artists of Chicago and Vicinity. Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1981. The School of the Art institute of Chicago. Visions/Painting and Sculpture Today: Distinguished Alumni 1945 to the Present. Chicago: The School of the Art institute of chicago,1976. pg. 198-9. Whitney Halstead Memorial Exhibition. Chicago: The School of the Art Institute of Chicago,& Rockford College with a grant from The Illinois Arts Council, 1980. Essay by Philip Dedrick. University of Chicago. The Chicago Style: Drawings. Chicago: The University of Chicago, Center for Continuing Education, Arts on the Midway Program, 1974. University of Illinois Press. Spirited Visions: Portraits of Chicago Artists by Patty Carroll. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois,1991. Text by James Yood, Foreward by Neal Benezra, Introduction by Debora Duez Donato, and Preface by Patty Carroll. University of Northern Iowa. Contemporary Chicago Painters. Waterloo-Cedar Falls, Iowa: U. of Northern Iowa, Department of Art, Gallery of Art,1978. Commentary by Sanford Sivitz Shaman, pgs. 8-12. Also pgs. 35-35 Weatherspoon Art Gallery. Art on Paper/1975. Greensboro, North Carolina: Weatherspoon Art Guild,1975. Whitney Museum of American Art. The Comic Art Show: Cartoons in Painting and Popular Culture. New York, N.Y.: The Whitney Museum of American Art, 9183. Essay by John Carlin and Sheena Wagstaff, pgs. 55-69.
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