June 16, 1976 Ms. Laura S. Seeley Church Street Stockbridge, Massachusetts 01262 Dear Ms. Seeley: Weston Naef gave me your name as someone ^o could tell me about George Seeley, particularly in regard to his activities in the photographic world. I am working on the Photo-Secessitm in a very broad sense, investigating all of the figures who contributed to the movement. Seeley was certainly one of these. For a definitive history of the Photo-Secession, I would like to ask you for as much biographical information as you can give me about Seeley. I would be glad to have you write a biographical sketch, if you feel that is the best way to do it. Also, »*.o you have any scrapbooks, letters, or clippings which would shed light on his activities in the photographic world, particularly his relationship to Stieglitz. I would be very pleased to hear from you on these questions. I think Seeley should be better known In the history of photography and I hope to learn as much as I can about him. I will look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, William I. Homer Chairman WIHtsr
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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