American Art Review month and year:July-August 98
title of American Art Review article: "Wilson Henry Irvine and the Poetry of Light"
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Also note: Wilson Irvine and the Poetry of Light (7/25/98)
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Permission granted. See letter here.
On Tuesday, May 5, 2009, at 06:02 PM, Shana Johannessen wrote:
I'm going to need to also get you a letter from Harold Spencer. When I spoke to him he indicated that Florence Griswold owned his text and he was amenable to publication. ... However, it states clearly in this catalogue that the essay is published with permission of the copyright holder, Harold Spencer. He does not use email, so I'll need to get a letter from him. It will take some time, so this package won't be in this week.
From: Tammi Flynn Florence Griswold Museum <ta..
Date: Thu Apr 23, 2009 8:23:05 AM US/Pacific
To: Hazeltine John <inf..
Subject: Fwd: Permission to publish Irvine catalogue essay by Harold Spencer
Thank you for interest in publishing Harold Spencer's essay, Wilson Henry Irvine and the Poetry of Light which appeared in a catalogue by the same name. The Florence Griswold Museum is the owner and grants permission to publish online.
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