July 14, 1975 Mr. J. Cameron Bradley Winterr Harbor Marine Trading Corp. Winter Harbor, Maine 04693 Dear Mr. Bradley: I have heard from Eleanor Green of the University of Maryland that you are the grandson of Sarah Sears. I was glad to hear this because I have been actively- researching the history of the Photo-Secession movement. This has not only been the subject of my personal researches but also the topic of an exhibition which will be held in New York next year. I was interested in learning more about Sarah Sears' photographic work and knowing if you have any letters, papers, or other memorabilia concerning her and her relation to the Photo-Secession and Alfred Stieglltz. I would be delighted to hear from you and have you share any information which you might have. Sincerely, William I, Homer Chairman WIH:sr
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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