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Correspondence, clippings, and exhibition catalogs, 1961-1963, concerning primarily an exhibition of American drawings held at the Louis Alexander Gallery in the fall of 1962. Included is biographical and related material on a number of abstract painters exhibiting in the show, such as Al Copley, Ross Coates, Charles S. DuBack, William Giles, David Packard, Leo Rabkin, and Athos Zagharias.
Louis Alexander Gallery records, 1961-1963. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reel 136 (frames 572-972) available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
The Louis Alexander Gallery was founded by Louis Alexander Cohn in New York, N.Y. It is now defunct.
The donor, Paul Cummings, was the co-director of Louis Alexander Gallery.
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