HOWARD UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON, D.C. 20059
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK
September 10, 1987
Here's Lorraine and Yugi's address:
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Avis Pointer, Lorraine's friend here at Howard told me that Yugi Suziki, Lorraine's husband is a University of Maryland International Trustee of the Board of Trustees.
Also before leaving the states, Avis suggested that you call Lorraine in Japan to tell her who you are and when you are coming. They would dearly love to have friends from the states to make contact. Japan is 12 hours ahead of us. They are usually home on evenings, during the week, and on Sunday mornings.
Bon Voyage, Richard [signature] Richard
September 14, 1987 [blacked out area]
Mr. David C. Driskell Art Historian University of Maryland College Park, Md.
Dear Mr. Driskell:
I read a very interesting story in our Orlando Sentinel newspaper about your efforts to promote black art and its relation to our culture and heritage.
I would be interested in knowing how you organized your first endeavors and exhibits.
After reading the story, I thought there might be some opportunities to begin something similar. I think it would open up new areas of interest to not only those already involved in art work but to the youth also.
This letter is catching you by surprise but I will be appreciative of your reply and guidance. Thank you.
Sincerely yours, George H. Grodhaus [signature] George H. Grodhaus
P.S. I am retired at present but I have been involved in art work over a number of years and would like to remain active in the field.
[image alt text: a print "Discovering the Americas," with a large historical ship in the water, by Lamar]
The Department of Spanish and Portuguese is pleased to invite you to the opening of the Discovering the Americas program, and the first of the 1992 Leture Series "Mesoamerica 1492 and on the Eve of 1992" by MIGUEL LEON-PORTILLA Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
October 1, 1987 at 5:00 p.m. Arts and Sociology Building, Room 1213
A reception will follow in the Atrium of the building RSVP by September 23 (301) 454-4305
UM THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS