Dr. William I. Homer, Chairman Department of Art History The University of Delaware Newark, DE 19711 Dear Dr. Homer: Over the past decade I have been completing an article entitled 'Edward Steichen's Neo-Plastic Spaces', now accepted for History of Photography, an internat i^onal quarterly. In it, I discuss the installation photograph published in Camera Work in 1916 showing the exhibition of 'African Savage Art. It would be useful to reproduced a portion of the '291' gallery floor plan by M. R. Boursault illustrated in your book, Alfred Steiglitz and the American Avant Guarde (see enclosed photocopy). Primarily, I want to show the probable camera position and its usefulness in estimating scale and spatial relationship. The study print from which the photocopy was made should be adequate for journal reproduct ion. I would greatly appreciate your allowing me to reproduce it without charge since it is to be used a scholarly article for which I anticipate no remuneration. If you would like a copy, I will be happy to send one but publication in HOP now takes about two years. I look forward to hearing from you Sincerely, / Ralph Harley Associate Professor of Art History
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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