Description: Brenda Kuhn (1911-1993) the only child of the famous American artist, Walt Kuhn. She spent her whole life overseeing the Kuhn Estate, was a philanthropist, Kuhn scholar, amateur photographer. TLS, Chicago, Illinois, 1965, 2pp, signed Brenda. Approx. 8-1/2 x 11". Written to two of her closet friends back in Maine, Doris and Rose. She talks about having dinner with Vera Eikel, the writer who wrote for The New Yorker and other publications, and their discussion of Brenda and writing a biography of Walt Kuhn, her father. "The possibility of my having "Walt Kuhn Letters" "as my baby." She relates Vera Eikel's thoughts - what Brenda would have to do, basically turning the project over to a Co-author, or editor, take a backseat as Brenda sees it. Thinks no major decision is likely for years, will know better after The Archives of American Art has time to study the Kuhn family material. An interesting letter, esp. when you consider how private the Kuhn family was..
Condition Report: VG
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