April 17, 1972 Mr. William I. Homer, Chairman College of Arts & Science Department of Art History University of Delaware 342 Smith Hall Newark, Delaware 19711 Dear Bill: In response to your letter of April 13th, I will be glad to canvass the members of Rembrandt Club to see whether any of them knew Hamilton Easter Field in person. While most of the present members were not born until after 1916 or (as in my case) did not come to Brooklyn until somewhat later, there are still a few members who might have known Mr. Field in person in the early part of this century. Our meetings for the current season are over, but I will write or telephone those who might have known him before 1916, and will be in touch with you in due course. With best regards. CJD:en Sincerely yours, Carroll J.
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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