People: Aug. 18, 1967

It must be the only coal wharf in the world with a Grace Hartigan painting hanging inside the bunker house—along with canvases by Mark Rothko and Jack Youngerman and a Calder mobile. Used by its owner, New York's Governor Nelson Rockefeller, 59, as a private gallery during his vacations in Seal Harbor, Me., the old wharf has been thrown open to the public at $5 a head, proceeds to go to Maine's Republican Party. The tiny museum drew 900 visitors the first two days, including some indulgent socialites and many adamant Yankees who were...

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