5555 Lawton Avenue Oakland,CA 94618 July 1, 1980 Professor William I. Homer Department of Art History University of Delaware Newark, DE 19711 Dear Bill, As I thought might happen, our letters crossed in the mail. Thank you for yours of the 19tn and the 24th. I will answer your various questions. The xerox copy of the manuscript I sent you is my only working copy, and I have run. out of funds for photocopying. If you woiild like to keep the manuscript I will offer to deduct $35.00 from your fee so that I can copy it again for myself. Otherwise, please return it as per the instructions in my letter of June 27th. About Horace Traubel/Hartley correspondence: as you probably already know Robert Burlingame refers to their correspondence on pp, 14-15 of his dissertation, stating that copies of 28 letters from Traubel are in the possession of Norma Berger, She has either forgotten these or misplaced them, although you might be able to spark her memory on this issue. You could also write to Burlingame, He's at the University of Texas at El Paso, I have no detailed information about the people on your list who were important in Hartley's early life. You might contact Peter Freeman, Barbara Haskell's research assistant on the Hartley exhibition. He seemed to me very informed about such data, I am still looking forward to your general comments on the manuscript. Those queries will, in the end, not be all that crucial, I am also interested in your proposed publication of Hartley letters, and would like to hear more about it. Sincerely, Gail Scott
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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