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by John Baeder published Mar 12, 1985 last modified Mar 21, 2013 11:49 AM — filed under: ,
Hi Dave—Spring has finally sprung. Gawd—what an awful winter. It really brought me down. We were in NYC only for a short time during show. Sorry we didn't connect‚ very hectic scene—didn't see too many folks-from-the-past—except at opening. Gotham seems far away now. Jane [?] is now doing incredible "pattern" paintings, just had her first show opening last Sat. Very exciting. And I'm very proud of her. How's by you? Doing great pics? Collecting great cards? Playing landlord OK? New gas station book out soon. By Scott Anderson. Do you know him? In Des Moines. Keep in touch—and, warm wishes. John
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