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Seth Laurel

Executive Director

Cyber Mesa Computer Systems Incorporated

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Cyber Mesa Computer Systems Incorporated

4200 Rodeo Road

Santa Fe, New Mexico,87507

United States

Company Description

We offer free websites to our customers on the condition that they use one of our domains, followed by a tilde symbol and the username. Alternately, we can host your domain and site for a monthly charge. Our Web servers support many applications and technologi...more

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The Girard Collection: Enduring Appeal :: Museum of New Mexico Media Center :: Press Releases

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Not only was Jean Seth a friend: her father, J.O. Seth, was a Museum of New Mexico regent from the 1930s to the 1950s and also the attorney who advised founder Florence Dibell Bartlett on how to establish the folk art museum; her husband, Judge Oliver Seth, set up the International Folk Art Foundation (IFAF); and her daughter, Laurel, is executive director to IFAF on whose board Alexander Girard once sat.
Laurel Seth grew up with folk art and knew Girard as a frequent guest in her home. For Laurel, the breadth of Multiple Visions: A Common Bond sets it apart from other folk-art collections.


Multiple Visions: A Common bond :: Museum of New Mexico Media Center :: Press Releases

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ot only was Jean Seth a friend: her father, J.O. Seth, was a Museum of New Mexico regent from the 1930s to the 1950s and also the attorney who advised founder Florence Dibell Bartlett on how to establish the folk art museum; her husband, Judge Oliver Seth, set up the International Folk Art Foundation (IFAF); and her daughter, Laurel, is executive director to IFAF on whose board Alexander Girard once sat.
Laurel Seth grew up with folk art and knew Girard as a frequent guest in her home. For Laurel, the breadth of Multiple Visions: A Common Bond sets it apart from other folk-art collections.


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