Gail R. Scott 5555 Lawton Avenue Oakland, California 94618 March 15, 1978 Professor William Homer Department of Art History University of Delaware Newark, Delaware 19711 Dear Professor Homer, I trust you received my letter of May 29, 1977 indicating that I had been awarded the NEH grant to work on an edition of Marsden Hartley's writings. This present letter and enclosed Interim Performance Report submitted to the NEH this month, will fill you in on the progress of the project to date. As mentioned in the Report I have moved to the West Coast, a move which in some ways facilitates my research work since I am now commuting distance to a branch office of the Archives of American Art. Also mentioned in the Report is my plan for a research field trip to the East Coast in April of this year, driving which I would like to come to Delaware to meet you and discuss some issues and pi-problems which you might be able to help with. At present my only firm plans are to be in Boston through April 2, partly on other business and partly to work with Norma Berger on some of the transcriptions. I also want to see the memorial exhibition of some Hartley oils and memorabilia at Bates College, scheduled, I think, to open May 15. Although this will entail considerable crisis-crossing of New England, perhaps I could meet with you during the last week in April. Please let me know if that or some other time woiLld be convenient to your schedule. I look forward to hearing from you shortly. Very truly yours,
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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