||A Basket of Chips the direction of Dozlgh 0. Woodrtifi of the University of Utah, in collaboration with Alice Merrill Home and Rzltb Harwood. A comprehensive catalog was prepared with a cover portrait of tbe artist; a brief biogrdphy of his life and work; and d bibliogrdpby of g a II eries where bis work WLZS bzlng. The catalog showed LZ cross-section of bis work from his first ozltdoor p&t- ing in 1880 to bis last Sdlon pdinting in 1940, and included stib- ject, d&e, drzd from whom the picture was loaned. Art galleries, schools, institutions, and friends sent pdintings to the exhibit. Still life, ldndscdpe and seascape; portrait, figare, drawing in pencil, cbdnodl, pastel, - and etchings weYe bang on tbe walls in an im- pressive show; some still in the original frames which tbe artist bdd mdde dnd decorated dzlhzg different periods of his life. It wds with genhe pledszlre dnd interest tbdt Mr. Harwood looked dt tbis exhibit, most of wbicb be bad not seen for many years. Several programs honoring Mr. Hdrwood were held in con- jzlnction with this retrospective exbibit. Stzldio Day was a re- anion of bis ptipils, many now world famozu, and of whom be was very pond. They bdd come from till ouey tbe United States, and indeed from IGrope. A "Radio Transcription" program was broddcdst. Dtiring Poetry Ddy program, I recited some lines I bad written to my busbdnd, How surprised be wds! His blzle eyes glowed with dpprecidtiue knowledge of tbe details, which could only me&n us; dnd szlddenly in tbose moments, tin overwhelming retrospective light gleamed over the fdy jozlrney we bad made through the Ldnd of Eldorddo. It wds one of my greatest comforts, after his death, to remember tbdt long, illzlmi- noting look between us. Songs by tbe Ldke (TO J.T.H.) Now I have come in tbis place to sing of my bzlsbdnd. Burdened with tears dnd with love I come to the peace of tbis tree-mirrored lake, Where tbe lines of tbe willow, weeping, drift . . .