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  • The calligraphy of Alice Koeth

    Riccardo Sartori

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    “New Yorkers or any of the city’s millions of visitors who walked along Madison Avenue in the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s know her masterful posters for the Morgan Library. Scribes in the U.S. and abroad know her through her celebrated workshops. She is Alice Koeth, known professionally simply as Alice”

    until July 30, 2016

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    Alice Koeth was  far more than a world famous scribe. She was a guardian to me. She saved my life by taking me away from a house full of boys. She taught me to do everything from calligraphy to camping to orienteering. I love her. She was in the room when I was born and thus am named after her. 
    ‘THANK YOU 

    CAREN ALICE MOROFSKY 

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