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ACASA NEWSLETTER


NISEIITER OF rBE ARTS COUNCIL
OF ITE AFRICN STUDIES ASSOCIATION
Volume 1 Number 2 (Winter 1982)

Director & President (to Annual Meeting 1984): Boy Sieber
Director & President pro ter (to A.M. 1984) Paula Ben-Amos
Director (to A.M. 1984): Henry Drewal
"Past President" (to A.M. 1984): Merrick Posnansky
Directors (to A.M. 1983): Warren D'Azevedo
Susan Vogel
Herbert Cole
Secretary/Treasurer (to A. M. 1984): Arnold Rubin

Standing Committee Appointments, 1982-3:
Arts & Humanities: Vgel (Chair.), Cole, Drewal.
Social Sciences: Ben-Amos (Chair.), D'Azevedo, Posnansky.

ATTACHMENT: DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS, AS OF 1 DECEMBER 1982.

(Please inform the Editor if you have not received ACASA Newsletter vol. 1
no. 1 and a copy of the bylaws.)

NOTICE: The second annual Business Meeting of ACASA will be held in
conjunction with the Twenty-sixth Annual Meeting of the African Studies
Association at the Park Plaza Hotel in Boston between 7-10 December 1983.
Program Director: Professor Biouard Bustin, African Studies Center, Boston
University, 125 Bay State Boad, Boston, MA 02215. Deadline for submission
of panel proposals and typed abstracts: 15 April 1982. ACASA MEMBERS
LIVING IN THE BOSION AREA ARE URGENILY NEEDED TO COORDINATE AUDIO-VISUAL
EQUIPMENT FOR ART PANELS AT THE 1983 A.S.A. MEETING; volunteers please
contact Professor Bustin directly, with copies to Rubin.

1984: los Angeles
1985: Joint meeting with Middle East Studies Association, site somewhere in
South, probably Texas
1986: Madison, Wisconsin
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Sieber & Rubin met with the ASA Board of Directors on Thursday, 4 November
to discuss ACASA's affiliation. Sieber briefly described the
organization's objectives, in particular mentioning our willingness to work
with local program committees to screen paper and panel proposals and to
avoid scheduling conflicts. A motion to endorse the proposed relationship
between ACASA and ASA (similar to the Libraries and Archives and Outreach
Committees) was offered, seconded, and unanimously approved. ASA President
Richard Sklar observed that this initiative was "one of the most important
things the Board has done in years, in terms of arresting centrifugal









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tendencies and bringing Africanists back into the Association." He
described himself as delighted, and hoped that this relationship will serve
as an example to other sub-disciplines within the field of African Studies.
Sieber was invited to describe ACASA, its structure and objectives, at the
ASA General Meeting on Friday, 5 November, and did so.

The Executive Committee of ACASA met on Thursday, 4 November, followed by
the Annual Business meeting at 3:15 pm in the New York Room of the Capitol
Hilton. Approximately 40 persons were in attendance, of whom 28 identified
themselves as members. Sieber invited non-members to join, and gave a
brief report on the history of the organization. Rubin presented a profile
of the membership, as follows: Regular 53, Special 10; 9 members reside
outside the USA. Sixteen members identified themselves primarily as
anthropologists, 44 as art historians, and 3 "other." Thirty-five
indicated their primary professional orientation as teaching, 16 as
library/museum work, 10 as administration/research/publishing/consulting,
and 3 as dealers/collectors/gallery owners. Rubin reported on the
treasury: as of 11/2/82, a total of $530 had been received in dues for
Regular and Special Memberships; disbursals amounted to $2.50 in bank
charges, but production and postage charges for distribution of Newsletter
vol. 1 no. 1 had not been received. Suggestions were offered from the
floor as to how the ACASA/NL might usefully be expanded, e.g. reports on
planned or completed research, travel, dissertation topics, exhibitions, (
dissertations.

Chester Cowen reported on progress with the Triennial Symposium,
scheduled for Norman, Okla., 4 8 April 1983. Deadlines for paper, panel
proposals: 15 December 1982; program will be distributed ca. 1 February.
Nine panels will be included in the program, with one slot reserved for
"current research." Some panels have already been proposed (see below).
The selection process is currently being negotiated with Richard Long. The
steering committee for the Symposium will consist of panel chairs.
Accomodations will be arranged in the Univesity's compound of 18
guest-cottages, which will hold up to 600 people; charges will range
between $14 and $30/night. Related events will be held at the the
Kirkpatrick Center in Oklahoma City (27 mi. away) and the Stovall Museum.
Sieber asked for a show of hands of those who plan to attend the Triennial
(26), to propose a panel (9), and to propose a paper (14).

PANEL PROPOSALS: SIXTH TRIENNIAL SYMPOSIUM ON AFRICAN ART
(As of 11/24/82, including tentative participants; others interested in
submitting abstracts should send copies to Chester Cowen and Chair. of
relevant panel.)

1. MALE & FEMALE IN AFRICAN MASQUERADES
C: Herbert Cole (805) 961-3501; Marilyn Houlberg; Jean Borgatti?; Simon
Ottenberg?

2. RED, WHITE & OTHERWISE or WORKS OF ART AS EMBLEMS OF DESTINY
C: Perkins Foss (603) 646-2307; Anita Glaze; Rene Bravmann


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3. AFRICAN GAMES & TOYS (e.g. sculptured boards, dolls, etc.)
C: Itslyn A. Walker (202) 287-3409; Evelyn DeCarbo; Chantal lombard?

4. FUNERALS & AFTER
C: Fred T. Smith (612) 373-3057; Robin Poyner, Joanne B. Eicher;
Catherine Daly.

5. MADE IDEOLOGY & AESTHETICS
C-Cs: Mary Jo Arnoldi, Patrick McNaughton (414) 963-5015; Kate Ezra;
Sarah Brett-Smith; Ivan Karp, Discussant.

6. ARCHAEOLOGY & ART TRADITIONS
C: Jim Bellis (219) 239-5000; Bob Soppelsa; Tim Garrard?; Roderick
McIntosh? Onobajo?

7. STUDIES IN AFRICAN ICONODLGY
C: Henry Drewal (216) 687-3655.

8. SEEKING THE SENSE OF HISTORY: ART HISTORIANS & ANTHROPOLOGISTS IN
AFRICA
C: Rene A. Bravmann (206) 543-4243; Jan Vansina? Warren D'Azevedo?
Peter Mark? Lansine Kaba?

9. APPROACHES TO AFRICAN ARCHITECTURE
C: Susan B. Aradeon, "The Interface Between Structure & Decoration in
Hausa Architecture;" Fred Smith, "Architectural Space, Decoration, & Social
Structure;" John Nunley, "Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces in Sisala
Architecture;" Tom Shaw, "Architecture in French West Africa During the
Colonial Period;" Judith Perani, "The Interface Between Structure and
Decoration in Nupe Architecture."

10. THE "ANONYMOUS ARTIST" AND ATTEMPTS TO IDENTIFY INDIVIDUAL WORKS OR
ATELIERS THROUGH STYLISTIC ANALYSIS
C: Frederick Lanp (301) 396-6307

Papers not currently attached to panel proposals:

Kathy Curnow-Amadi (214) 544-0197; "Afro-Portuguese Ivories:

Kenneth F. Campbell (715) 836-4371; "Skin-Covered Masks from the Cross
River Region"

Ron Dubois (405) 624-6016; "Geometricity in African Art"

Okechukwu Odita; "The Igbo Counts: Number and Pattern in Igbo Body
Decoration."

Various aspects of the structure and objectives of ACASA were discussed,
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assistance to museums in sub-Saharan Africa was raised. The importance of
arranging for an arts liason person for the next ASA meeting was
emphasized, with special reference to audio-visual arrangements. The
meeting was adjourned at 4:20 pm.
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NES ITEM (Submissions should be typed, include full citations, and be
organized according to the following headings, please. -- Ed.)

Exhibitions
"The Art of Metal in Africa," African American Institute, 833 United
Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017, (212) 949-5666 (contact: Marie-Therese
Brincard). "...brings together 133 sculptures of ritual, symbolic,
ornamental and utilitarian function made of iron, silver, brass, tin,
aluminum and bronze, primarily from West and Central Africa...
Accompanying the exhibition is a 160 page catalogue containing ten essays
by American and European scholars... All of the exhibited objects are
illustrated and accompanied by captions and full bibliographies..." Dates:
AAI, N.Y., 7 Oct. 1982 5 January 1983; Institute for the Arts (Rice
University, Sewall Gallery), Houston, Texas, 3 February 10 April; Charles
W. Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, CA, 18 June 5 Sept.

1982-3 SCHEDULE, Museum of Cultural History, Haines Hall, UCIA, 405 Hilgard
Avenue, los Angeles, CA 90024 (213) 825-4361 (Contact: Doran Boss)
"Art, Economics and Status in the Papuan Gulf, New Guinea," 5 December 1982
- 6 February 1983; drawn from MCH collections, in conjunction with
"Patterns of Paradise" (barkcloth) exhibition, Frederick Wight Gallery.
Accompanying monograph by Eugenia Sumnik, Christin Mamiya, graduate
students, Department of Art, Design & Art History, UCLA.
"The Art of Power, the Power of Art: Studies in Benin Iconography;" 2 March
- 1 May 1983; objects from MCH, other public and private collections.
Accompanying monograph with essays by Paula Ben-Amos ("In Honor of
Queen-Mothers") and UCLA graduate students, including Barbara Blackmun
("Reading a Royal Altar Tusk") and Tim Garrard ("Benin Brasscasting
Technology"). Edited by Paula Ben-Amos, Arnold Rubin.
"Pelete-bite: Kalabari Cut-Thread Cloth; Cloth as Metaphor: Nigerian
Textiles at the Museum of Cultural History;" 18 May 22 June 1983; Joanne
Eicher's University of Minnesota show, supplemented by MCH and other local
materials. Monograph by Jean Borgatti; in conjunction: mini-symposium on
Nigerian textiles, 22 May 1983 (Speakers: Joanne Eicher, Jean Borgatti,
Arnold Rubin.)

Exhibition catalogue: Michael Conner & Diane Pelrine (I.U., Bloomington),
The Geometric Vision: Arts of the Zulu, Purdue, in press. Two essays: "A
Sense of Place," "A Sense of Person," photos, bibliography.

THE CENTER FOR AFRICAN ART, NEW YORK. Executive Director: Susan Vogel.
Public, non-profit gallery; "Purpose: To increase appreciation and
understanding of Africa's ancient cultures through a program of art
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months, 100 + objects each) "of a caliber equivalent to those presented at
the Metropolitan Museum;" "educational in subject, and of the highest
aesthetic quality. Most will travel to other museums in America and
Europe." Location of gallery being negotiated. First exhibition ("Art
Treasures of Gabon") scheduled to open late 1983.

Publications
Paula Ben-Amos: (with Sandra Barnes) "Warfare, State-Building, and the
Sacralization of Iron in West African History," Expedition, Winter 1983
issue; review of Flora S. Kaplan (ed.), Images of Power: Art of the Royal
Court of Benin, African Arts, Winter 1983 issue; "Boyal Art and Ideology in
18th century Benin," Iowa Studies in African Art (tentative title), May
1983.

Joanne Eicher received a grant-in-aid from the Graduate School, Univ. of
Minn. to complete a second volume of the African Dress Bibliography.
Current citations may be sent to Otto Thieme, Dept. of Textiles and
Clothing, 364 McNeal Hall, Univ. of Minn., St. Paul, MN 55108. Completion
of MS projected for June 1983; article in Craft International, "Cut and
Drawn Kalabari Textiles." Nigerian Handcrafted Textiles is now available
in the USA from Dos Tejedoras, 3036 North Snelling Avenue, St. Paul,
Minnesota 55113. Paper $15 + $1.25 postage; Hardcover $20 + $1.25
postage.

Articles by Fred T. Smith: "Spectrum in Ghana: Brasscasters and
Basketmakers," Craft International; "Architectural Decoration of N.E.
Ghana," Bashiru, Nov. 1981.

Cnferences/Symosia
"Art of the Body," 28 29 January 1983, UCLA, 405 Hilgard Avenue, Los
Angeles, CA 90024 (213) 825-3281; 393-8639 (contact: Arnold Rubin)
Global survey of "irreversible modifications of the surface and structure
of the human body for aesthetic purposes." Four papers on Africa: Robert
Bianchi (Ancient Egypt), James Faris (Nuba), Henry Drewal (Yoruba), Susan
Vogel (Baule). Discussants: Paul Bohannan, Herbert Cole.

Annual Meeting, Southern California Colloquium on the Arts of Africa,
Oceania & Native America; Saturday, 12 March 1983, California State
University, San Diego (Contact: Janet Esser, 8057 Hillandale Dr., San
Diego, CA 92120 regarding program.)

Fiel&iork
*Herbert Cole: July December 1983, Nigeria (Igbo).
*Arnold Rubin: August September 1983, Micronesia, Japan, India (Body-art;
parades, processions, festivals; Africans in Asia.)
*Paula Ben-Amos: March April 1982, Protugal (Preliminary investigations,
sixteenth century Portuguese material culture and its influence on Benin
art.)
*Catherine Daly (Ph.D. Cand., Home Economics, Univ. of Minn.) completed
fieldwork on "Iriabo: Kalabari Women's Ritual and Dress" in Abonnema,








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Rivers State, Nigeria (Summer 1982); will return for the Abonnema
Centennial in December.
*Joanne B. Eicher: January 1983, Nigeria (Kalabari funeral rooms).
*Fred T. Smith: December 1982 January 1983, Nigeria (Igbo, Nsukka area;
Indicators of status)

Dissertation Topics
William J. Dewey, Indiana University: "Iconology and Aesthetics of Shona
Traditional Art." Plans to go to Zimbabwe, Fall 1983.
Molly Harris, Univ. of Minn.: "Royal Cloth of the Cameroon Grasslands."
Dissertation research trip.

Miscellaneous
Herbert Cole is interested in organizing/coordinating group airfare rates
for summer travel/research to Africa -- i.e. liason with Crossroads or
another institution.

Herbert Cole has 35rm slides for sale or exchange: 35 Igbo Mbari ($50),
150 Ghana/Kenya ($150)



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THE
BALTIMORE
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MUSEUM
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Program Announcement

BALTIMORE AND THE BLACK ARTISTIC DIASPORA
February, 1983


With the opening of the new wing and the reopening of newly
renovated galleries at The Baltimore Museum of Art in October,
1982, a major attraction has been the permanent exhibition of
the Arts of Africa, the Americas, and Oceania, now in a greatly
expanded space. The opening of the African gallery, in particular,
has presented the welcome opportunity to appeal not only to the
substantial Black community in Baltimore, but to all Americans,
who share a great, unacknowledged, cultural heritage from Africa.
We believe that African art is best comprehended within the
context of the transatlantic continuity of Black aesthetic and
social sensibility, and that it can teach us much about ourselves,
as Americans. In February, 1983 (Black History Month), we plan
to celebrate the opening of the African exhibition with a tribute
to that cultural continuity, especially as evidenced in the
Baltimore area. The month-long program is funded by a generous
grant from the Maryland Committee for the Humanities, with
supplementary funding from WBAL Television, the Members' Volunteer
Committee of the Baltimore Museum of Art, and the Pierians, Inc.,
Baltimore Chapter.

February 3

7:00 p.m. John Taylor & Company: African dance performance.

8:00 p.m. Robert F. Thompson (Yale University), lecture:
"Central Africa, Baltimore, and the Nation."

February 10

6:30 p.m. Aina Delphine Sneed and The Dance Menagerie:
African dance performance.

7:00 p.m. Symposium: Black Form: Four Centuries of African-
SAmerican Aesthetic in the Chesapeake Region.

Philip Morgan (Institute of Early American History and
Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia): "Afro-American Arts
of the Chesapeake Region in the Eighteenth Century."
Barry L. Pearson (University of Maryland): "African
Musical Values in 'East Coast' Blues."
Gladys-Marie Fry (University of Maryland): "The Devil's
Due: Afro-American Legends from the Blue Ridge
Mountains of Virginia."
Roderick N. Ryon (Towson State University): "Black
Music in the Black Comaunity of Baltimore, 1900-1960."








Discussants:
John Michael Vlach (George Washington University).
Dominique-Rene-de Lerma (Morgan State Univeristy).

February 20

2:00 p.m. Frederick Lamp (The Baltimore Museum of Art),
lecture: "Jammin': Black Sociability and the Arts."

3:00 p.m. African story telling and Afro-American dance.

February 27

12:00-6:00 p.m. The art of hairbraiding; gospel music
with commentary by Dr. Barbara Baker; artwear by designers
Joyce Scott and Januwa Moja with commentary by Isisara Bey;
soul music.


Film Series, Saturdays, 3:00 p.m.

For more information, please contact Frederick Lamp, Associate
Curator in the Arts of Africa, the Americas, and Oceania,
The Baltimore Museum of Art, Art Museum Drive, Baltimore, Maryland
21218. Phone (301) 396-7056.





Marie J. Adams -
.,Peabody Museum
Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts
02138

susan B. Aradeon
Centre for Cultural Studies
University of Lagos
Lagos, Nigeria


Mary Jo Arnoldi
314 South Henderson
Bloomington, Indiana
47401


Lisa Aronson
Art Department
University of Wisconsin
Stevens Point, Wisconsin
54481

Allen Bassing
Renwich Gallery
Smithsonian Institution
Washington, D.C.
20560

James O. Bellis
S pt. of Anthropology
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana
46556

Paula Ben-Amos
539 East Durham Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19119


Marla Berns
156 South Martel Avenue
Los Angeles, California
90036


Judith Bettelheim
651 Jean Street
Oakland, California
94610


David Aaron Binkley
c/o School of Fine Arts
'Tdiana University
: .oomington, Indiana 47405


Suzanne Preston Blier
Dept. of Art History
Northwestern University
Evanston, Illinois 60201


Sylvia Ardyn Boone
History of Art
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut


06520


Jean M. Borgatti
16225 37th Avenue NE
Seattle, Washington
98155


Arthur P. Bourgeois
886 WhiteOak Lane
Park Forest South, Illinois
60466


Rene A. Bravmann
6544 54th Avenue NE
Seattle, Washington
98115


Eugene C. Burt
P.O. Box 15453
Seattle, Washington
98115


Jeanne Cannizzo
Anthropology Department
University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario
Canada N6A 5C2

Herbert M. Cole
Department of Art History
UCSB
Santa Barbara, California
93106


Michael Conner
821 West Sixth Street
Bloomington, Indiana
47401


Justine M. Cordwell
437 West Belden Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
60614


Chester R. Cowen
1700 Asp Avenue
Norman, Oklahoma
73037


Daniel J. Crowley
Department of Anthropology
University of Calif., Davis
Davis, California 95616


KaLthy Curnow-Amadi
638 Maplewood Avenue
Springfield, Pennsylvania
19064


Warren D'Azeredo
Department of Anthropology
University of Nevada
Reno, Nevada
89557

M. T. Brincard
710 West End Avenue
New York, New York
10025


M. Catherine Daly
Dept. of Textiles & Clothin
386 McNeal Hall
University of Minnesota
St. Paul, Minnesota 55108

William J. Dewey
3322 Valleyview Drive
Bloomington, Indiana
47401


Sara Hollis Dickerson
4900 Metropolitan Drive
New Orleans, Louisiana
70126


Henry Drewal
Art Department
Cleveland State University
Cleveland, Ohio
44115

Joanne B. Eicher
University of Minnesota
Department of Textiles & Clo
364 McNeal Hall
St. Paul, Minnesota 55108

Kate Ezra
Department of Primitive Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Fifth Avenue @ 82nd St.
New York, New York 10028


William A. Fagaly
915 St. Philip
New Orleans, Louisiana
70116


Eberhard Fischer
Museum Rietberg
Gablerstrasse 15
Z71 iV Swi' r>- CTiI f --^-11t


8002


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Perkins Foss
Department of Art
Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire
03755

*ernard Gardi
c/o Historical Museum
Helvetiaplatz 5
3006 Bern
Switzerland

Mona Gavigan
3340 Sheffield Court
Falls Church
Virginia 22042


Peggy S. Gilfoy, Curator
Textiles & Ethnographic Art
Indianapolis Museum of Art
1200 W. 38th Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208

Werner Gillon
101 Century Court
London
N.W. 8 9LD,
England

Peter G6bel
'ubchenweg 2
R-7010 Leipzig
Museum fur Vl6kerkunde
East Germany

Moira F. Harris
4 Cardinal Lane
St. Paul, Minnesota
55110


Marilyn Houlberg
733 West 18th Street
Chicago, Illinois
60616


Prof. Gene L. Isaacson
Chairman, Dept. of Fine Arts
Santa Ana College
17th & Bristol
Santa Ana, California 92706

Sidney L. Kasfir
6 Dorrance Place
Hanover, New Hampshire
3755


Carolee Grant Kennedy
400 Seward Square, S.E.
Washington, D. C.
20003


barry A. Kitnick
8406 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, California
90069


Frederick Lamp
Baltimore Museum of Art
Art Museum Drive
Baltimore, Maryland
21218

Deirdre LaPin
704 South Washington Square
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19106


Edward Lifschitz
1216 D Street, S.E. #2
Washington, D.C.
20003


Dr. Peter Mark
Curriculum in African & Afro-
American Studies
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, N. C. 27705

Daniel Mato, Associate Prof.
Dept. of Art
Faculty of Fine Arts
University of Calgary
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 1N4

Leonidas Ndoricimpa
Centre de Civilisation
Burundaise
B.P. 1095
Bujumbura, Burundi, AFRICA

Nancy C. Neaher
Dept. of History of Art
35 Goldwin Smith
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853

Fisher H. Nesmith, Jr.
4550 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.
#304
Washington, D. C. 20008


Charles Neyt
Francois
1, allee de Clerlande
B-1340 OTTIGNIES
Belgique

Nancy Ingram Nooter
5020 Linnean Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C.
20008


Polly Nooter
545 West 111th Street, '5L
New York, New York
10025


Mr. J.R.O. OjO
Department of Fine Arts
University of IFE
ILE-IFE,
Nigeria

Pace Primitive & Ancient Art
32 East 57th Street
New York, New York
10022


Jean-Louis Paudrat
1 Allee des Trous Geles
77200 Torcy
France


Philip M. Peek
Dept. of Anthropology
Drew University
Madison, Jew Jersey
07940


Judith Perani
School of Art
Ohio University
Athens,Ohio
45701


Merrick Posnansky
19010 Los Alimos
Northridge, California
91326


John F. Povey
University of California
705 Hilgard Avenue
African Studies Center
Los Angeles, California 90024

George N. Preston
Art Department
City College
New York, New York 10031


Doran H. Ross, Assoc. Dir.
Museum of Cultural History
University of Calif. Los An'
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90024

Christopher Roy
School of Art & Art History
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa 52242




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Alfred L. Scheinberg
230 West 76th St.
Penthouse B
New York, New York 10023



Thomas K. Seligman
The Fine Arts Museums of
San Francisco
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco, Cal. 94118
Roy Sieber
114 Glenwood Dr.
Bloomington, Indiana
47401


William Charles Siegmann
814 Corbett #207
San Francisco,
California 94131


Fred T. Smith
Art History Dept.
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minn.
55455

Robert T. Soppelsa
2023 Ohio Street
Lawrence, Kansas
66044


Janet L. Stanley
National Museum of African
Art Library
Smithsonian Institution Lib.
Washington, D. C. 20560

Dr. Maude Southwell Wahlman
Art Department
University of Mississippi
University, Mississippi
38677

Roslyn A. Walker
1301 Delaware Avenue, S.W.
N516
Washington, D. C. 20024


Rosalinde G.
10520 Draper
~T os Angeles,
30064


Sylvia H. Williams
-25 West 13th Street
New York, New York
10011


Hans Witte
Fongersplaats 187
9725 LL Groningen
The Netherlands


Marcilene Wittmer
24045 SW 142 Avenue
Princeton, Florida
33032


Norma H. Wolff
Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology
Iowa State University
Ames, Iowa
50011

Barbara W. Blackmun
9850 Ogram Drive
La Mesa, California
92041


Bernard de Grunne
Department of History of Art
Yale University
56 High Street
New Haven, Connecticut 06520


Wilcox
Avenue
California


Jeri Bernadette Williams
P.O. Box 1041
Goleta, California 93117




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