October 14, 1987 Ms. Theresa A. Leininger 68 Mansfield Street New Haven, Connecticut 06311 Dear Ms. Leininger: I recently received your letter of October 3, 1987. It is always rewarding to receive inquiries regarding the scholarly work of former students and advisees. The best course of action to take in order for you to secure the information you need is to contact Dr. Parsons directly. You can reach her at Memphis State University, Department of Art, Memphis, Tennessee, 38111. Dr. Parsons was very much taken by the techniques and subject matter of Pamela Colman Smith's work also. The thesis she did on this artist was a thoroughly researched and scholarly work. She went to England to interview... Smith, in order to get ...personal insight into the character of the artist and first-hand information about her work. I am certain that she will be delighted to assist you. The essay you are planning to write sounds challenging, and will most probably be of interest to Dr. Parsons, I am certain that she will be of assistance to you. Sincerely, William I. Homer, Chairman H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Art History
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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