March 25, 1975 Mrs. Elizabeth Rhoades Reynolds Dear Mrs. Reynolds; Following may last letter to you, of several days ago, I wanted to indicate that the Department would be pleased to have issue number 4, June 1915, of 291. I am indicating this on the assumption that you do wish to give one copy to the Department of Art History, following my conversation with Nick Clark who discussed the matter with you. If it is indeed your plan to give us one of these issues, we are delighted. As you may imagine, I use such materials actively in my teaching, and from time to time examples of this kind are exhibited at the University and elsewhere as part of our collection. If you would reserve this particular item for us, we can make arrangements to pick it up in the near future, I believe I am correct in assuming that you might like to sell the full run of 291. which you own, and which we have borrowed for the exhibition. I would be glad to do anything I can to assist you in this. It is possible that there is some local Interest in it, and if not, I know someone who might be willing to sell it on a consignment basis for a modest commission. This is customary, and I have used this technique myself to dispose of several items that I own. Please let me know if I can help in this regard. We will soon be sending you a copy of the catalogue of the exhibition citing the work of Katharine Rhoades. I hope you will enjoy it. With best regards, Sincerely, William I. Homer
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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