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To the editors:

Your October 30th article on Day of the Dead festivities [Calendar, "Minority Rites: Artists celebrate the Day of the Dead"] does not mention that Clay Morrison's most recent altar installation is on view through November 29th at the Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum in Pilsen. There is also a series of modern paintings on this theme by Hector Duarte, and a typical altar for his father, who died in Mexico while Mr. Duarte was working on this project.

Anne Scheetz

W. Medill

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