Date range based on birth of Kuhn's daughter Brenda through his death. Kuhn writes from the family's summer lodgings in Ogunquit, Maine, describing the weather and discussing vacation rental prices. Letter is signed W-V-B (Walt, Vera, and Brenda). Image above correspondence is an etching of two dogs, a small dog wearing a bow around its neck looking up at a large scruffy dog. Written beneath the etching: Excuse me sir, but, can you direct me to the ladies' room?
Walt Kuhn letter to LaSalle Spier, between 1909 and 1949. LaSalle Spier papers, 1929-1945. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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