A Letter From The Publisher: Jul. 5, 1968

TRADITIONALISTS may still think of Broadway and 42nd Street as the busiest corner in Manhattan. Not if they spend a warm summer afternoon walking between 50th and 51st Streets along the Avenue of the Americas. There, the crowds that congregate for a visit to the Time & Life Building's street-level Exhibition Center, and pause to relax near the fountains in the plaza, are likely to rival any on Broadway.

During the past seven years, the Exhibition Center has offered shows that have ranged through history and art, from medicine and mathematics to modern sculpture...

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