People, Jun. 19, 1978

The Washington money man met the New York artist on neutral turf last week—and at least one of them came away entranced. Says Sculptor Louise Nevelson of Federal Reserve Chief G. William Miller: "I found him gracious and good to look at—and that never hurts." The setting was Brown University, where Miller and Nevelson were awarded honorary degrees. During the academic procession, Nevelson, whose sable collar and cuffs peeked out from her academic robe, drew curious glances and cheers from onlookers. "I al ways dress this way," she reassured the crowd. The outfit, explained Nevelson, is just one of her...

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