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    Date:
    08 Oct 1998
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    23:58:06
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    What a great web site, and a wonderful resource on Alfred Stieglitz. It's certainly the most comprehensive that I've found. Congratulations.


    Date:
    08 Oct 1998
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    Thank you for providing such a wonderful resource. I've read your book on the subject - and I'm an avid photographer myself.

    I'd like to hear from others what they think of Stieglitz' work.


    Date:
    09 Oct 1998
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    A great web site, helful to all.


    Date:
    17 Jun 2001
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    Most inform. site yet. I am trying to find out specif. about Clarence White & the Seguinland Hotel in Georgetown, Maine. The younger Clarence White told me a story years ago about a famous photog. from Europe named Paul something--could it poss. be Strand?--who would sleep all morning, lecture for an hour after lunch, take pictures all afternoon, develop them in the ladies tub room late at night, & leave the mess for young Clarence to clean up before the ladies arose the next day. I am giving a talk Tues. night to the Georgetn. Hist. Soc. on the history of the hotel (which my family has owned since 1976) & would love any help you can give.Thanks!! Hilda Hardcastle


    Date:
    04 May 2002
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    The Photo Secession figures prominently in the exhibit currently at the Jewish Museum in NYC, New York: capital of Photography


    Date:
    27 Aug 2002
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    Dear Dr. Homer, Since your publication, Alfred Steiglitz and the American Avant-Garde is out of print, I would like permission to copy a few sections for my LA10024 First year Seminar: Avant-Garde course I am teaching at Endicott College Fall 2002 semester. Following is the pertinent information: Author: William Innes Homer Title: Alfred Steiglitz and the American Avant-Garde Year of Publication: 1977 Page numbers: Chapters four and five, and pages 81-164 Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, Mark Towner Dean of Art and Design Endicott College Beverly, MA Tel 978-232-2166


    Date:
    01 Nov 2002
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    Could anyone advise whether there are re-production of Steiglitz works available for sale, and if so, where? Robert G. Johnston betjohnston@cableone.net


    Date:
    18 Dec 2001
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    im currently studying Photography as a degree and have found your web site extreamly useful and informative. Keep up the good work

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