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June 2024
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I have received the handsome magazine containing reproductions of my watercolors done for the W. P. A. Arts Project (“Interior America,” December 1982). My gratitude is boundless. In those strange, creative days I never dreamed of having my work shown in such splendid color process. The reproductions are brighter than the originals. I am happy to know that the entire collection of watercolors is being kept for posterity at the National Gallery of Art. I will offer a prayer for all the dear souls who have taken care of the papers all the years and finally presented them in a book of class and distinction.

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