Ms. Gail R. Scott 2036 N. Kenmore Ave. Chicago, 111. 60614 Mlay 29, 1977 Professor William Innes Homer Department of Art History University of Delaware Newark, Delaware 19711 Dear Professor Homer, I am pleased to inform you that I have been awarded the National Endowment for the Humanities grant for which I applied for the editing of a book of Marsden Hartley's writings. I look forward to working with you as art history consultant to the project and hopefully to meeting you in person in the near future. I plan to begin work in earnest during the latter part of June when I will spend a month at Yale's Beinecke Library dealing first hand with the manuscripts there and ordering xerox copies so that the work can then continue back here in Chicago. As indicated in the enclosed project proposal I estimate working six months on the transcribing of the documents; then will follow approximately eighteen months to two years of researching the documents for dating, annotations, etc. I imagine that your assistance will be needed most at this latter stage of the project, so that I may not actually call on you until sometime early next year. However, I will periodically keep you informed of my progress. If you have any ideas or suggestions as time goes on, please feel free to call me collect at (312) 871-5618, since I am reimbursed for phone calls and don't want to trouble you with letter writing. Very truly yours, (Ms.) Gail R. Scott Enclosure
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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