name of catalogue or brochure:The Neglected Generation of American Realist Painters 1930-1948
author(s) of essay: Howard E. Wooden, Sr.
title of essay: The Neglected Generation of American Realist Painters 1930-1948 (not including the preface)
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other contact: catalogue from the Lonnie Dunbier collection
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Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2008 3:28 PM
Subject: Re: Permissions: The Neglected Generation of American Realist Painters
Dear Ms. Wittig....I previously emailed you regarding permission to reprint my father's article on The Neglected Generation of American Realist Painters. This will confirm my phone conversation with you giving my permission to reprint this piece. If you have additional questions regarding this , please do not hesitate to contact me at .........Many thanks for your interest in this article........Howard E Wooden, Jr.
Date: Mon Dec 8, 2008 8:26:37 PM US/Pacific
Subject: Reprint by Howard E. Wooden, Sr.
To: Stacey Wittig : I hereby give permission for the reprinting of The Neglected Generation of American Realists Painters 1930-1948 by Howard E. Wooden, Sr. I would also appreciate receiving a copy of same addressed to me at ....., Terre Haute, Indiana, 47807. Thanks very much. Sincerely, Howard E. Wooden, Jr.
Fri, 14 Nov 2008 12:26:18 -0700
Dear Dr. Howard Wooden, Jr.,
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In 1981, your father published (his copyright) a book entitled The Neglected Generation of American Realist Painters 1930-1948. Thank you for speaking with me about the introduction and essay by Howard E. Wooden, Sr. and clarifying that you are its owner. TFAO will be pleased to reprint the introduction and essay (without illustrations) in Resource Library.
Could you please confirm your permission to reprint the introduction and essay as owner of the text, without any accompanying illustrations, through a reply to this email addressed to me and to info...? We further invite you to send a brief author's biography to accompany the text.
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