Art: Twenty Years of Grace

The San Francisco Museum of Art was celebrating its 20th anniversary last week, marking a milestone as the country's second oldest museum (after Manhattan's) devoted solely to modern art. It was also paying warm tribute to the museum's scholarly director, Dr. Grace L. McCann Morley, 54. A woman who prefers tailored suits, sensible shoes, and wears her hair straight back in a bun, Director Morley, despite her retiring ways, has proved herself a dynamo in action. Her efforts have helped turn San Francisco into one of the nation's most enthusiastic strongholds of modern...

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