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-2-Tam [[Strikethrough]] Writers gus9 Jan. '49 Exhibitions Since I last submitted to you a list of my exibitions, my works has been chosen for exhibition in the following St. Paul Gallery, Minnesota Brooks Memorial Art Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee University of Wisconsin American Federation of Art Circuit Pepsi-Cola National Exhibit, New York University of Nebraska Joslyn Memorial Art Museum, Omaha Nebraska Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota Dartmouth College Toledo Museum of Fine Art, Ohio Indiana University Brooklyn Art Association, Brooklyn Museum, New York Jewish Museum, New York Montclair Museum, New Jersey University of Illinois Houston Museum, Texas Wadsworth Athenium, Hartford, Conn. Whitney Museum, New York. Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pa. Chicago Art Institute University of Iowa Santa Barbara Museum, Calif. deYoung Museum, San Francisco, Calif. Los Angeles County Museum Calif. Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D. C. Magazine Articles My work has been featured in: The New York Times Magazine, July 11, 1948 (ABC to XYZ of Abstract Art" by Aline B. Louchheim) Look Magazine, June 8, 1948 (New York World Art Center) Survey Graphic, October 1948 (Article on 8 young artists) With best wishes to you, Mr. Moe, and with my deepest thanks and appreciation to the Guggenheim Foundation for the tremendous help the fellowship has given my in my work, I am, Yours sincerely, Reuben Tam
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