The Barclay, 20B Rittenhouse Square East Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 6 October I988 Dr. William I. Homer Chairman, Dept. of Art History University of Delaware Newark, Delaware 19716 Dear Dr. Homer, Pirs. Potamkln asked that I write you in follow-up to my letter from early this summer. We are in the process of updating our files, in an attempt to make them as complete and accurate as possible. To this end, I pester you ahout the Hartley Flower Abstraction once more. Both Mrs. Potamkln and I have searched through yoiu: hook on Stieglitz for the reproduction of the Hartley, and we would like to confirm that you did not actually use it. You kindly supplied the citation for your article on Paul Strand in Image, hut unfortunately our local library does not hold this periodical. Could you send a xerox for our files? Particularly %
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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