June 2, 1976 Mrs. F. S. Straus 209 W. Lyon Farm Road Greenwich, Connecticut 06830 Dear Mrs. Straus: It has been some time since we have corresponded but I did want to write about paying another visit to you. As you will recall, I did not ban- a chance to complete my study of the Stieglitz and related materials which you have, and I would like very much to do that, if it suits your convenience. College is virtually over, and by the time you receive this I will be free for travel in your direction. Would you kindly drop me a note if it would be possible for me to visit you in Greenwich at a time that suits you? I am fairly flexible, though it might be nice to do it before the weather gets really hot. With best regards. Sincerely, William I. Homer Chairman
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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