June 10, 1974 Mr. Lorser Feitelson 8307 West Third Street Los Angeles, California 90048 Dear Mr. Feitelson: I am in the process of organizing a major exhibition of early modern art in America, 1910-1925. I am keenly in¬ terested in your early work, particularly that which was influenced by advanced developments here and abroad. I wonder if you can tell me something about your earliest contacts with modernism and also indicate where some of your early work may be found. If you have it in your own possession, that is all to the good. As I am 'interested in hearing directly from you. Naturally, when we can draw upon people who have lived through the period in question, we are very happy to do so. If you could write me briefly, or at greater length, about your involvement in the period and with modern developments in general, I would be indebted to you. I am enclosing a sheet giving some informatlon about the exhibition. I hope I may hear from you soon. Sincerely, William I. Homer P.S. If there are any articles or catalogues about you and your work which you believe to be authoritative, I would be pleased to have your list of them.
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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