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Item set John Rhoden papers
Correspondence from Sidney Simon, acting director of the Skowhegan School, to John Rhoden from July 10, 1951 informing Rhoden that a room is reserved for him at the Skowhegan School.
Correspondence from Audrey Silbey to John Rhoden from June 7, 1951 requesting that Rhoden respond to the Skowhegan School and inform them if he intends to enroll.
Correspondence from Helen H. Dodge, executive secretary of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, to John Rhoden from May 31, 1950 in which Dodge informs Rhoden of what to expect when he arrives at the Skowhegan School.