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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
February 13, 2014
What to say about wonderful, vital, funny, outrageous, and amazing Mimi! I had the joy of working side by side with Mimi for over 30 years in the National Gallery's Prints and Drawings department. She hired me, mentored me and gave me total support throughout. But most of all, Mimi was a true friend. Memories of that friendship include relieving her of two cats, mushroom hunting at her cottage, each driving the other to hospitals for medical emergencies and many many days and evening spent wining, dining and talking in our gardens. There was never a dull moment when Mimi was around.
Rosemarie Tovell
February 11, 2014
I knew Mimi as a colleague at the National Gallery of Canada and remember her full of humour, wit, and imagination. I will remember her scholarship but also her Southern drawl and her warm hospitality. My condolences go to her children and grandchildren. How sad that she is no longer with us.
February 11, 2014
For Alan and Anna.......So long Mimi....you were so lovely, fascinating, and such fun. You've planted yourself in us all.
Mia
February 11, 2014
I posted a picture of Mimi in an era I have the strongest memories from. Thanks to Mrs. Taylor and my friendship with Anna I don't think I would have had the exposure to all the art and music that became a huge part of the rest of my life. Thanks, Mimi, for being our second Mom,amongst the many litters of cats, Shibou,outings to Wakefield, walks in the woods and tea at the Pot au Feu, The Blue Flaming Datsun, the many late night rides home and for your wise ways. You will be missed by many and all and especially me.

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