THE JARGON SOCIETY, INC. June 21, 1980 Birthday of Henry Tanner & Rockwell Kent Corn Close, Dentdale Dear Bill, I see no difficulty in giving Gertrude Traubel $200 for the use of the letters. We can arrange for that to be done when Jargon Society signs a contract with you. And all we need before that is done is for you to send me the material to say yea or nay. I can't imagine nay, unless Mr, Hartley somehow managed to write letters only of interest to Mr. Traubel on the whole planet, John Weiss has kept me finely informed about the Pred Sommer exhibition, I appreciate his capacity for detail. Too bad the show couldn't travel. They're salivating in London at the Victoria & Albert Museum, but apparently no go. Hope all goes well with these ancient folk you have to deal with. Do let me see the results as soon as you can. All the best.
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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