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Both Robert Johnston and Stephen H. Staempler have informed me that although eight of the original panels which Gorky painted for Newark Airport were destroyed in the 1950s [“Genius in Exile,” NYR, March 9], two were rediscovered in a Port Authority building at the airport in 1976 and are now on permanent loan to the Newark Museum.
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An Honest Description of Myself with a Glass of Whiskey at An Airport, Let Us Say, in Minneapolis
December 20, 2001 issue