IDEA Special Issue: Mid-American Designers, 1982

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Robert O. Swinehart, Jeff Corbin, Allen Porter, Carol Majassi, Bert Forbes, American Hospital Supply Corporation, Jack Weiss, Woody Pirtle, Jack N. Anra, Jack Summerford, Richardson/Smith, Lesniewicz/Navarre, James L. Rinhart, Peter Sites, Hideki Yamamoto, Miranda Moss, John Massie, Jeff Barnes, Joseph Hatchclost, McRae Maglby, Herman Miller, Edward Hughes, Reed Design, John Yee, Jack Purdon, Tom Palisco, Eric Madson, Bruce Naftel, Robert E. Vogel, Katherine & Michael McCoy, Jerry Herring, John Rupert, Kenneth Jensen, and others.

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IDEA Special Issue: Mid-American Designers, 1982
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