[#59] Vol. 16, No. 2, Summer/Fall 2003

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"The Indelible Images of Winfred Rembert" by William and Ann Oppenhimer
"Alexander Bogardy: The Union of Divinity, Cosmetology and Art" by Marsha Orgeron and Margaret Parsons
"Albert Zahn: The Bird Man of Baileys Harbor" by Mary M. Mitchell
"Helen Bullard: Doll-Maker and 'Sophisticated Primitive'" by Kim Sicola
"A Day in the Country Moves to Morehead" by Ann Oppenhimer
"Riding the Saw: A Trip to Dude Baker's" by R.L. Wenstrup
"See You in Saint Louis: Conference Promises Something for Everyone" by John Foster
"Sam Doyle Sets Record at Slotin Auction" by Lynne Browne
"Folk Fest Celebrates 10th Anniversary" by Lynne Browne
"Lavon Van Williams: Keeping Tradition" by Adrian Swain
"Sam Mockbee, Visionary: His Art, His Architecture" by Joe Adams and Georgine Clarke
"Andre Breton Auction: A Once-in-a-Lifetime Adventure" by Larry Kent
"Haitian Art Society's First Meeting" by Larry Kent
Obituaries: Bernard Goodman by Andrew Edlin; Thomas C. Gordon Jr. by Ann Oppenhimer; Sulton Rogers by John Foster;
Helen Singleton by Kim Sicola
"Watts Towers in Danger: Hard Hat Needed" by Bud Goldstone and "A Reply by Willem Volkersz"