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longer keep Arch Forum going, it took Arch Forum and ran it
for a few years.
In order to make a profit?
No, in order to continue the mission of Arch
Forum which really was very similar to the mission of ACTION
and Seven Currier's-
-interests in the aesthetics of housing.
He was a very hard working dilettante, sounds
like a contradiction, very interesting young man.
Fascinated by paintings. I remember one day coming into his
office, and there were rolls and rolls of paintings. And I
said, “What are those?” And he said, “Oh, those are
paintings by a person I bet you've never heard of.” I
looked 'em, admired 'em immensely, and said, “Could I buy
them?” He said, “No, they're in an estate. The painter's
wife just died and all these paintings were found rolled up
under his bed.” Well, this is off the track, but years
later I bought two of them, and that's one of them. I'll
show you the other later.
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