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1 ROSALIND LECHTER 1990s SMALL ORIGINAL ARCHIVE OF EPHEMERA HANDWRITTEN BY NOTED AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTIST
NEW YORK 1990 Very Good Manuscript 
On offer is a small archive of vintage memorabilia related to African American artist, Ms. Rosalind Lechter. Included: 1. An 8 1/2" X 11" handwritten letter dated June 14, 1993 on Ms. Lechter's letterhead to African American art historian and curator, Mr. Carroll Greene. "Dear Carroll, Well here it is hope it's not too late. I've been working hard I'm tired. Going to sign contract on house tomorrow. I sent an invitation to David Driskell, among others. I will write more later and send more slides. I've been working 60 hrs a week. I really must get a better job. I will stay in touch with you and hope to see you soon. Hope all is well with you. Love Roz P.S. Will write more later". 2. Five 8 1/2" X 11 " vintage copies of articles about Ms. Lechter and the Onyx Group. 3. Two 5" X 7" Color placards featuring work by Ms. Lechter - one is also an invitation to a reception at Odeon art house in Sag Harbor, NY, Friday, June 25, 1993 7-9 PM. 4. A page from the August 27, 1992 East Hampton Star that features notes, doodling in Ms. Lechter's hand. 5. A section of "Dan's Papers"(July 24, 1992) entitled "Multiculturalism" that features a photo and information about Ms. Lechter. NOTES: "Ms. Lechter's work springs forth from her expression of her individuality and her connection with her diverse back ground. Her belief in animism can be traced to her African-American heritage: a particular painting, "Seven African Powers", depicts the energy not seen, but still present in life-affirming objects like a gourd, starfish and female statue. Lechter's artgives birth to a higher, hidden reality - a transcendental, existential way of looking at things..." Overall VG. 
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