2/3/72 Dear Professor Homer Sorry not to have answered sooner, but I have been on a trip and afflicted with flu, in that order. I am the editor of THE SADAKICHI HARTMANN NEWSLETTER. My co-worker In all manner of Hartmann projects is Harry Lawton. Our 2 books to date are WHITE CHRYSANTHEMUMS and BUDDHA, CONFUCIUS, & CHRIST, both publ. by Herder & Herder. I have no copies of either on hand. Presently, I am at home but Intend to go forth tomorrow. Will mail you copies of the NL and a copy of a catalogue of an exhibit we held last year. These items should bring you up to date. Harry Lawton and I are preparing a book of photographic essays (Hartmann's] for Morgan and Morgan. Beaumont Newhall is doing the introduction. Next, we plan a vol. of his art essays. The title will beI THE FIGHT FOR RECOGNITION. Keep in touch. Cordially, PS A young man I hired as dept, George Knox/ chairman, Hans-Peter Breuer, is now in yr English Dept. He does translations for us. Perhaps you have already met him. PPSj Subscription to NL is $2.50 pr yr.
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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