A non-profit corporation devoted to charitable, educational, & literary purposes THE JARGON SOCIETY, INC. October 8, 19 82 Corn Close Professor William I. Homer Department of Art History 318 Old College University of Delaware Newark, Delaware 19711, USA Dear Bill, Just back from a long walk in the Schwarzwald. The phone rang and it was Glen Wroten at Superior Printing.-Since nobody had said a word on paper I was fearing the absolute worst. Anyway, Glen says that Doyle Moore has been making corrections and improvements, etc. And that Doyle had assured him that he had phoned me to fill me in. Well, of course Doyle Moore didn't phone me. He must like to be overwhelmed by guilt and all that nonsense. Glen said it was ready for printing and should he go ahead. I said: No, forst you send you and me sets of blues for final ok. That is supposed to be happening. Please phone Superior Printing if there is anything wrong. I'll do the same when I see my set, and will write you. The only thing that is vague in my mind (after 18 months) is whether we prepared copy for the flaps of the jacket. I wonder? If not, it is the first thing I'll do from Highlands in November and then we'll soon have the book. Saw some very tasty things driving back across northern France: Colmar, Kaysersberg, Nancy, Bar-le-Duc, Reims, Laon. I don't remember anyone talking of Laon in the basic years at Princeton. It's quite something. One of my favorite places for a long time has been the Muse d'Ecole de Nancy. Right up there with the Freer and the Phillips. All the best
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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