November 6 1975 Dear Mrs. Notman: As you probably have heard I have been instrumental In organizing In collaboration with Melinda Boyd Parsons an exhibition of the art of Pamela Colman Smith. The show started at the Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, and Is presently at The Art Museum, Princeton University, until December 7. We were fortunate in discovering several relatives of the artist after the exhibition opened. (We had found none before.) In this connection I would like to ask for your cooperation for our future studies of Pamela Colman Smith. We are compiling an inventory of works by her in private hands, particularly In the possession of family members. Would you be kind enough to make up a list, informally, of any ... paintings, drawings, illustrations, books, periodicals and letters of hers which you may own. If you would send it to me I would be very grateful. If you know of other collectors outside of the Prince family, I would appreciate it if you would let me know. Many thanks for your cooperation. I will look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, William I. Homer Chairman WIH:sr -¦¦**».
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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