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Letters, telegrams, prepared and supplementary statements, etc.:

Amaral, José Vázquez, Rutgers University, letter to Chairman

Thompson.-

Amram, Mrs. Hortense, weaver, Washington, D.C., statement of..

Bealmer, William, president, Western Arts Association, letter to

Chairman Thompson..

Beelke, Ralph G., executive secretary, the National Art Education

Association, prepared statement of -

Benzell, Mimi, Manhasset, N.Y., letter to Chairman Thompson.

Biemiller, Andrew J., director, Department of Legislation, AFL-

CIO.

Buttelman, Dr. Clifford, Music Educators National Conference,

prepared statement-

Chelf, Hon. Frank, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Kentucky:

“A Plan To Bring Together Memorials to Theodore Roosevelt,

Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Other Past

Presidents Has Growing Support," extension of remarks of

Hon. Frank Thompson, Jr., in the appendix of the Congres-

sional Record of January 16, 1961.

“Cities and People-- More or Fewer Works of Art,” article by

Robert J. Lewis, in the Sunday Star of May 14, 1961.
“Congressman Frank Chelf's Plan for a Living Memorial to

Past Presidents Has Growing Support,” extension of remarks
of Hon. Harris B. McDowell in the appendix of the Congres-

sional Record of March 24, 1961...

Text of H.R. 5617, A bill to amend the National Cultural Center

Act so as to make it permanent and to provide for a living

memorial to past Presidents of the United States including

Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Theodore

Roosevelt

Winstead, Mrs. T. D., chairman, Federation of Womens Clubs,

letter from

Cheskin, Irving W., executive director, the League of New York

Theaters, Inc., letter to Chairman Thompson.

Clark, Hon. Joseph S., Jr., a Senator from the State of Pennsylvania,

article appearing in the Congressional Record of February 2, 1961,

entitled, “Program of Grants to States for Development of the

Arts”

Coe, Richard L., dramatic critic, the Washington Post and Times

Herald, prepared testimony of..

Conaway, Donald F., national executive secretary, American Federa-

tion of Television and Radio Artists, telegram to Chairman Thomp-

De Mille, Agnes, telegram to Chairman Thompson

Faine, Hy, national executive secretary, American Guild of Musical

Artists, telegram to Chairman Thompson.

Fall, Dr. Frederick, former director, l.s. Department of Agriculture

Symphony Orchestra; director and conductor of opera activities
of the District of Columbia Recreation Department; former music

director for U.S. army of occupation in Austria, statement of ..
Hanson, Howard, director, Eastman School of Music, and president,

national council, telegram to Chairman Thompson
Hayes, Patrick, broadcast on WG MS, May 14, 1961.
Humphrey, Hon. Hubert H., a Senator from the State of Minnesota:

*Cultural Activities in the District of Columbia,'' article appear-

ing in the Congressional Record of January 13, 1960.
"The International Cultural Exchange Program," article appear-

ing in the appendix of the Congressional Record of January 13,

1960..
Joel, Lydia, editor, Dance magazine, telegram to Chairman Thomp-

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Letters, telegrams, etc.—Continued

Kearns, Hon. Carroll D., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Pennsylvania:

"A Home for American Art,” article in the New Republic..
“A Thorough Search Would Surely Find Negro Musicians Cap-

able of Playing in the National Symphony Orchestra,” article
by Hon. Adam Clayton Powell, appearing in the appendix of
the Congressional Record of March 20, 1961..

“Amendment of Public Buildings Act of 1959, Relating to Loca-

tion of Certain Courts in the District of Columbia,

by Sen-

ator Kennedy, in the Congressional Record of March 24, 1960.

“Amendment of Public Buildings Act of 1959, Relating to Loca-

tion for New U.S. Court of Claims Building,” by Senator

Morse in the Congressional Record of March 24, 1960...
"Amendment of Public Buildings Act of 1959, Relating to Loca-

tion of Certain Court Buildings in the District of Columbia,
by Senator Humphrey, in the Congressional Record of April

21, 1960.

American Association of School Administrators, resolution on the

creative arts.

"Art League Fears Loss of Patent Office 'Home',” article in

Washington Star, by Brace Bassett..

Articles in appendix of Congressional Record, March 6, 1961,

by-

“It Is a Brash Generation Indeed Which Will Destroy All

Physical Evidences of Its Great Heritage”.

“The American Institute of Architects Deplores the Ap-

parently Impending Destruction of Certain Buildings

Fronting on Lafayette Square and the Construction of

Large Federal Buildings in Their Place",

"Capital on Culture Kick,” article by Betty Beale, in the New

York World-Telegram of May 6, 1961.
“Capital To Have Its Shakespeare," article by Louis Calta, in

The New York Times, May 13, 1961.

“Cheers Are Due Capital's Theaters," article by Richard L. Coe,

in the Washington Post of December 25, 1960-

"Concerted Effort May Save Square," article in the Washington

Post of May 24, 1960..

“Culture Talk Evokes Blast,” article by Betty Beale, in the

Washington Star-
"Designation as National Historic Sites of Lafayette Square and

Certain Buildings in the Vicinity. Thereof,” by Senator Murray

in the Congressional Record of August 7, 1957 -
Eisenhower, Dwight D., former President of the United States:

Letter from, dated May 8, 1961..

Telegram from, dated May 14, 1961.
Equity magazine, November 1960 issue, questions asked by

Dick Moore, editor, and answers by Senator John F. Kennedy

and Vice President Richard M. Nixon..
Hayes, Patrick, broadcast on WGMS, August 28, 1960-
"Home Slated as Shrine to Sousa Is Condemned,” article by

Stephen S. Rosenfeld, in the Washington Post -

"Hudson Mansion Lives Again,” article by Merrill Folsom, in

the New York Times.

Isenbergh, Max, Acting Assistant Secretary for Educational and

Cultural Affairs, letter to Senator Hubert H. Humphrey.

“Kennedy Asks Fund To Save Nile Relics,” article by W. H.

Lawrence, in the New York Times..
Lang, Paul Henry, New York Herald Tribune, letter to Congress-

man Kearns.
McCarthy, lion. Eugene J., a Senator from the State of Minne-
sota:
"Future of Lafayette Square," article in the appendix of the

Congressional Record of July 1, 1960.
"Reconstruction at Lafayette Square,” in the Congressional

Record of July 1, 1960.

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