THE MINNEAPOLIS INSTITUTE OF ARTS
OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR
November 14, 1927.
Dear Mrs. Force:
I am glad to know that you can ship the pictures Novem-
ber 26 and assume, of course, that they will come by express so they
will reach here by the 29.
Mrs. McKnight has expressed her interest in this exhibi-
tion and asked me whether any special activities were planned in connec-
tion with it. As we have a new exhibition opening almost every week
throughout the winter, we do not plan any special features, as the five
courses of regular lectures which we offer our members seem to keep us
and our members quite busy enough.
The paintings will be hung in two special galleries of
the new wing which should accomodate comfortably the entire group.
You may be sure I appreciate your co-operation in this
matter and that we will do everything we can to give the exhibition
all possible publicity. As you know, however, art excepting in its
most sensational phases, hardly counts as news with the press in gen-
eral, so that sometimes it is difficult to secure the space we think
it should have.
With kindest regards, I am
Russell A. Plimpton
Mrs. Juliana R. Force,
New York City.
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