5555 Lawton Avenue Oakland, CA 94618 June 27, 1980 Professor William I. Homer University of Delaware College of Arts & Science 318 Old College Newark, Delaware 19711 Dear Professor Homer, While I am eager to hear your thoughts about the Hartley volume, I have no deadline and do not wish to pressure you. However, I wanted to inform you that my husband and I are moving July 16—to Maine, ironically enough, and I thought I should give you sufficient warning, so that the manuscript does not get mislaid in mailing and forwarding. If you finish in enough time to have the manuscript returned here to Oakland before July 16, then mail it here. Otherwise I wo-uld appreciate it if you would wait until after August 1 to mail it to the address below: Gail R. Scott I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Gail R. Scott
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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