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An envelope addressed to Wasserman from Ad Reinhardt; 6 letters from Josef Albers to Wasserman, 1952-1975; a typescript by Wasserman, "The Positive Power of Negational Thinking"; 9 exhibition announcements and catalogs for exhibitions by Burgoyne Diller, Ad Reinhardt, and Wasserman; and 3 photographs, 1961, of Burgoyne Diller by Wasserman.
Burton Wasserman papers, 1946-1975. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Painter, printmaker, educator; Glassboro, N.J. Born 1929.
Donated 1982 by Burton Wasserman.
Lives of American Artists
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