DIANE TEPFER 1737 Willard Street, NW #1 Washington, D.C. 20009 202.232-1864 February 17, 1992. William Homer Chair and H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Art History University of Delaware 318 Old College Newark, DE 19716 302.451-8415 Dear Bill, Thank you again for your enthusiastic support of my application for a Mellon Fellowship to work on my Edith Halpert biography at Harvard next year. Unfortunately I was not one of the three awardees, and will instead continue to work on it in pieces as time and opportunity permits with my current full-time job on the Washingtonian architectural project at the Library of Congress. In the meantime I have taken the liberty of using your name in my application to be author of the Georgia O'Keeffe Catalogue Raisonne & Please let me know if this would be a problem. I am scheduled to have an interview with Elizabeth Glassman and Ruth Fine next week. If anything further develops I will surely let you know, Cordially
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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