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Section of the Marquis National Biographee Reference File Within the Scope of:


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YOUR SIGNATURE (or an authorized one)-so that the Editors may be assured personal data have been checked at firsthand.
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WHITE, Charles, artist; b. Chicago, Apr. 2, 1918; s. Charles and Ethel (Gary) W.; student Art Inst. Chgo., 1947-49, Art Students League, 1942-44, Taller de Graphica, Mexico, 1946-47; m. Francis Barrett, May 31, 1950. Instr. Workshop Sch. of Advt. Art, N.Y.C. since 19__. One-man Shows: A_____ C______ A_____ Gallery, 1946, 1949, 1950, Hunter Coll., 1949, N.Y.U., 1949; exhibited in Mexico, Paris, Prague, Japan. Collections: Atlanta U., Hampton Inst., Newark Mus., Howard U., Internat. Bus. Machines Corp., Library of Congress. Mem. Artist Equity, Inc. Home: 240 E. 24th St., N.Y.C.

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BY WAY OF RECIPROCATION. As some tangible reciprocation for the cooperation which must be asked of biographees in checking listing manuscripts and bringing published sketches down to date periodically, those listed in Marquis biographical dictionaries have for many years been extended considerable subscription preferentials on booking any personal requirements for them in advance of publication so that they may be produced as economically as possible through inclusion in the initial press runs. Since return of this manuscript, checked, constitutes helpfulness to the Editors qualifying for this preference reciprocation for that cooperation, a restricted blank validating it when signed as specified, accompanies this vita.
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