Yale University Press telephone: 432-4969 mail: 92A YALE STATION, NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT 0652O cables: YALEPRESS July 19, 1979 Mr. William I. Homer Department of Art History 318 Old College University of Delaware Newark, Delaware 19711 Dear Mr. Homer; I appreciate your very prompt and direct report on the Hartley manuscript. I have conveyed the gist of it to the head of publications at the Whitney without revealing your identity. I have her promise that your notations on the manuscript will be seen only by the editorial staff and not by the author. I am expecting another Hartley project to come our way, namely an edition of his letters and poems compiled by Gail Scott. Should it materialize, I hope you won't mind my being in touch with you about that too. The prospect—now collapsed—of having both volumes on our list was what made me so hopeful that Haskell's book would be true to its purpose. A token of our appreciation will go out to you in next week's mail. Many thanks. Sincerely yours. Judy Metro Editor P.S. Another manuscript on my desk is Naomi Rosenbliam's on the early years of Paul Strand. Since the Strand/Stieglitz relationship is one of your interests, perhaps you would be willing to read it for us. I don't want to monopolize your time though, so don't feel pressured into saying yes.
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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