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[[Dr?]] Augustin Peck   2pg.
Bklyn Mi 3-18-49 

Biographical Data
REUBEN TAM

Hawaiian artists, born in 1916 at Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii.

Education:
University of Hawaii, 1933-38. Bachelor of Education degree, 1937; Fifth-Year Certificate, 1938. Majors: Art, Art Education, English, Social Science.
California School of Fine Arts, graduate work, 1940.
New School for Social Research, 1941-43--courses in psychology of art, art history. 
Columbia University, 1943-44--course in philosophy of art, history of modern art.

Teaching Experience:
University of Hawaii Teachers College Training School, 1936-37.
Territorial high schools, 1938-41.
Special art class for teachers, Parker School, Oahu, 1940-41.
Private instruction, New York City 1944-45.

Museum Representation:
The artist's work is represented in the collections of:
The Encyclopaedia Brittanica
Newark Museum
Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City
New York Public Library
Massillon Museum, Ohio   International Business Mach. Corp.
Honolulu Academy of Arts
University of Georgia
--as well as in numerous private collections.

One-man Shows:
California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1940 and Crocker Gallery, Sacramento, 1940 (circulated by the Association of Western Museum Directors)
Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1941.
The Downtown Gallery, New York City, 1945 and 1946.

National Group Shows (partial list):
Carnegie Institute annual, 1944, 1945.
Pennsylvania Academy annual, 1945, 1946.
Virginia Museum biennial, 1940, 1946.
Chicago Art Institute annual, 1946.
Corcoran Gallery biennial, 1947.
Los Angeles County Museum, 1945.
Albright Art Gallery, 1946.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1943.
Whitney Museum, 1941.
San Francisco Museum of Art, [[?]]
Seattle Art Museum, 1947
Golden Gate International Exposition, 1940.
Encyclopaedia Brittannica travelling show, 1946-
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