Adelphi University o Garden City, Long Island, New York 11530 DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH ARTS and Communicative Disorders September 22, 1987 Dr. William I. Homer, Chairman Department of Art History University Delaware Newark, Delaware 19711 Dear Dr. Homer; In a recent note from Helen Sloan she mentioned that you had a copy of the typescript of the Columbia University oral history interview with Eddie Cahill in which there was reference to my purpose in writing is to ask if it or you to send me a copy of the material to Field. I am working on the Salons of America founded. Record-S on the Salons, other than the ex- Hamilton Easter Field, would be convenient relating which he Exhibition catalogs have not turned up. son has no records of any living artists who exhibited have no records. I would be grateful for any suggestions you might have in this matter. I trust you had an enjoyable summer. In June I joined a group from the Florence Griswold Museum at Old 'Lyxsxe, CT. and 'we did a tour 'In the Footsteps of Impressionism' and visited some of the summer resorts in France where American artists painted in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Giverny, Grrez, Barbizon, Pont Aven, Goncarneau, Honfleur which among the places. A lovely trip, Thank you in advance for your consideration in this matter. With all good wishes. Yours Very truly, Dr. Clark S. Marlor Emeritus professor
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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