August 9, 1974 Dear Sir: Thank you very much for your letter of August 2nd, I was fascinated by your comments about the later life of Pamela Colman Smith. I have searched everywhere for information about her and have written any number of institutions and individuals in search of information. Your letter was the first to shed any light on my question and I am extremely grateful to you for your help. I was told that she did live in a community facing the Atlantic and that she operated a home for retired priests. I was also told that she converted to the Catholic faith. Is there any institution in the Catholic Church in England which might tell me if she operated such a home? Also, is there any central record of names of people who converted to Catholicism? Once again, thank you for your help. Sincerely, William I. Homer Chairman
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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