I. M. Pei dies

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Roderick Grant
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I. M. Pei dies

Post by Roderick Grant »

Ieoh Ming Pei has died at 102.

Tom
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Post by Tom »

I remember when the East Wing first opened.
Pei was photographed in the Washington Post sweeping the entrance stones with a broom.

SDR
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Post by SDR »

The front and rear covers of a 1979 paperback volume; the author apparently took pride in his ability to predict the appearance of the East Building (sic) of the National Gallery
in Washington, DC.


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