GRADUATE CENTRE FOR STUDY OF DRAMA Masscy College, University of Toronto, Toronto 5, Canada June 12, 1974 Professor William I. Homer Chairman, Department of Art History, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware Dear Professor Homer, My apologies for this delay in replying to your enquiry, but circumstances (such as our mail strike) made things a little difficult for a while. I am delighted to hear that you plan to work on Pamela (Pixie) Colman Smith, a much overlooked artist and a fascinating person. I do not recall anyone at the moment working on her, but I do remember seeing some of her letters several years ago in the Huntington Library. And I occasionally run across her mentioned not only by Jack Yeats, W.B,, the Waite Tarot group, but by Edy Craig and the young satellites around Ellen Terry. Robin Skelton is a professor at the University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia. I do not think he owns any of her work, apart perhaps from a few copies of The Green Sheaf which she edited with Jack Yeats. However, it would do no harm to write and enquire. Please let me know how you get on with your research. And I will certainly bear you in mind should I come across anything. Best wishes, Ann Saddlemyer Director
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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