16 April 1973 William I, Homer, Esq, Department of Art History University of Delaware Newark, Delaware 19711 Dear Bill Homer; Thanks for your note. Yes, we have three notebooks which constitute Ronnebeck's 'Journal: Paris, 1910-1912,' given us with other of AR's papers by Mrs, Ronnebeck in 1952, Unlike many of our manuscripts, these are catalogued and have been listed now for twenty-one years. Did you ever hear from Miss O'Keeffe about your request for permission to quote from the Stieglitz Archive? With all best wishes. Yours sincerely. Donald Gallup Curator Collection of American Literature The Journal is written mostly in German script, with passages here and there in French and in English. (It includes an account of the famous Berenson-Picasso dinner and the remarks about Rousseau.)
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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