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David Snow
Posted on Monday, May 28, 2001 - 12:49 am:   

I remember the gallery being run by Dan Moriarity who died in NY sometime in the 70's,but There was a selection commitee in the early 70's that included for a while at least Jerry Hunt,Dayton Spence, Maybe Bradlee but rotated I think. My first show there was in the fisher bldg with Jackie as the hired director. In the show were Mike Schneider,Keith Aoki, Glenn Booth and David Phillips. When Jackie partnered up with Judy Rosenstein it seems like the willis moved back down to the original spot and there were a couple of political shows. I was in one there about US intervention in Nicaragua called Artists Call in 1984. I'm in Portland Me. at Davidinportland@msn.com for anyone Iv'e lost touch with. DS
Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Monday, May 28, 2001 - 12:50 am:   

Hi Dave, Good to hear from you! I've placed your input on the front of the Willis intro page - thanks for your memory! Any more stuff you can remember would be wonderful. As to Dayton Spence's email: NewMillen@aol.com - I haven't heard from him for a while, so I'm not sure the email is still valid.
Helga Malje
Posted on Tuesday, December 13, 2005 - 3:19 am:   

Never made it into the gallery, but lived across the street. Cobbs' corner was my venue. Brother Cobb, my land lord. Bobby McDonald my saving grace. Bradley Jones my bar mate.
Well, tried circa 1973-78.

Posted on Saturday, October 01, 2011 - 11:53 am:   

A fun place to show art and gig.Always a few street crazies to keep it interesting. Dave Roberts was the coolest coordinator,

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