ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, TEMPE, ARIZONA 85287 SCHOOL OF ART 19 December 1969 Dear Bill: I couldn't resist sending on the enclosed, my belated contribution to to your birthday celebrations. You can regard them as my version of 'What 291 Means to Me In Arizona.' I think I mentioned to you that I was teaching a seminar on the Stieglltz Circle this fall (the revenge of years of Delaware training!). One of the class projects was to do a reconstruction of 291 in our photography gallery here—this is what Is documented by the phototographs. Given certain limitations (such as no original photographs we matted reproductions from the National Gallery Stieglltz book, and unalterable physical aspects of the gallery), I was pleased with how it turned out (we even had a William I. Homer style class picture at the end). I thought you might be amused by the photographs. Stieglitz Is alive and well in the Sonoran Desert! Assume I will see you at CAA. Happy Holidays. Sincerely, Betsy Fahlman
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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