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Billboard Art #275683

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 26, 1981
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(Studio) Report introduced.; Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet mentioned.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(San Francisco, California) Local organization's use of works from San Francisco Museum of Modern Art to display on city's billboards examined; Picasso, Monet and Emanuel Leutz featured; films shown. [Mitchell LIND, Randy WINBIGLER - praise idea.] Reproduction of local artists' works, similarly displayed, said coming soon. [Artist Toby KLAYMAN - reacts to program.] [Museum spokesperson Henry HOPKINS - notes President Reagan's economy plan's impact on arts.]
REPORTER: Barry Petersen

Cronkite, Walter;
Petersen, Barry

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