July 17, 1980 Ms. Margaret Brinckerhoff 30 Queen Street Newtown, CT 06470 Dear Ms. Brinckerhoff: Thank you very much for keeping up the correspondence. I am going to make a trip, with my wife, through Conneticut on our way to the Cape around July 31. I wonder if there is any chance of finding you at home at that time. I would certainly like to talk with you about Alice Boughton and see whatever you have concerning her and her work. I am enclosing a self-addressed card if you would like to reply right away. Many thanks for your help, and I will look forward to seeing you. Sincerely, William I. Homer ChairiBan End. Jsi P.S. If this time does not work, I can make another trip early in the fall. However, I am eager to see what you have, so perhaps the late July time would be suitable.
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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