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August 23, 2017

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February 24, 2014
I am saddened to hear of Mimi Cazort's passing. To a young new employee at the National Gallery Bookstore in the 1980's, she was one of the kindest, open minded senior employees of the Gallery. Never a snob, Mimi was always pleasant and friendly with those of us who worked in the Gallery's “trades”. I will always remember that majestic, elegant stride of hers as she walked by. It was an honour knowing her. All my best wishes to her family at this difficult time.
February 18, 2014
One of the most satisfying projects of my life was cooperating with Mimi on the exhibit "Bella Pittura, The Art of the Gandolfi". We opened the "Italian Week in Ottawa" in conjunction with the exhibit at the National Gallery of Canada. A lady of wit and class. I cherish the words written to me on the title page of her book "Mauro in America","In omaggio per un caro amico".
February 17, 2014
Sad to hear she is gone. She
was a beautiful and fun person.
February 14, 2014
Dear Anna and Alan,

I met Mimi in 1970, as my family had done a great deal of business with National Gallery of Canada, and we visited her in Ottawa. I felt that we immediately became friends. I treasured all our future meetings in Ottawa and New York as well as our phone calls, over the following decades. Mimi was a ray of sunshine. It was a joy to be with her, or even just have a short chat with her on the telephone. I will remember her always with love.
You were blessed to have Mimi as a mother. I feel privileged to have had her as a friend. Take good care of yourselves. Such a loss is greater that we consciously know. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Margo Schab
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