The 50th Anniversary Committee needs your help in identifying founding members of our society who are still with us! Can you help? If you were involved with the chartering of ASECS in 1969 or participated/attended any of the first 5 meetings (1970-1975), or if you know someone who fits this description, please let us know? We know some of you are still active in the Society. We want to honor and celebrate you!!
Thanking you all in advance — and looking forward to Denver!
Melissa Hyde, Professor of Art History UF Research Foundation Professor School of Art + Art History University of Florida President, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
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