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Artists Deprived of Credit

April 28, 1985

The first page of the April 21 Real Estate section does more than illustrate various building projects. It shows three articulate but also creatively drawn pen-and-ink perspective renderings. The other project shown is a simple photograph that is of a half-house, half driveway!

Very clearly, in large type, can we see who took the photograph but where, oh where, is the identity of the artists who painstakingly composed and rendered the ink sketches? Yes, by use of a magnifying glass I found one artist's name--on the fender of an almost out-of-sight automobile.

It is more than a bit discouraging to see credit so generously given for a photograph which is relatively easy and speedy to take, and at the same time, not find the names of the highly qualified delineators who produced the outstanding drawings.

ALLAN C. JOHNSON

San Luis Obispo

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