November 15, 1974 Mr. Alphaeus Cole Hotel Chelsea Dear Mr. Cole It was a great pleasure to talk with you on the 14th. I appreciated hearing your reminiscences about the turn of the century, particularly the activities of Pamela Colman Smith. Your hospitality was much appreciated. In our conversation you mentioned of having a photograph of Holland Day together with some of your own photographs which you took during the time that you knew Steichen. I would be very interested in seeing the Day photograph and also any of your own photographic work of that time. 1 hope you will have a chance, sometime in the near future, to pull these out and give me an opportunity to look at them when I next come to New York. I come into the city fairly often these days, so it would be NO trouble to stop by some morning. Also in your searches, if you come across the picture by Pamela Colman Smith of Ellen Terry I would be interested in seeing that. I am enclosing a self-addressed postcard for your reply. Will you simply send it to me when you have had a chance to find the luatetial 1 mentioned, and I will give you a call and arrange to come. With best regards, and thanks, again. Sincerely, William I. Homer Chairman
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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