June 9, 1973 Mr. William I. Homer Department of Art History 342 Smith Hall University of Delaware Newark, Delaware 19711 Dear Mr. Homer I have your letter of June 6th concerning the work of Carl Sprinchorn and the Hartley paintings which he owned. I am not handling the work of Carl Sprinchorn at the present time, nor do I have any of the Hartley paintings which he owned. I am sending a copy of your letter to Mr. Joseph Solomon, the lawyer and a trustee- of Mr. Sprinchorn's estate. His address is: Lehman, Rohrlich, Solomon & Heffner 30 Broad Street New York, N.Y, 10004 Sincerely yours,
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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