Kuhn writes from the family's summer lodgings in Ogunquit, Maine, which they have dubbed "The Whittleshack". He includes a sketch of himself in bed, shaking his fist at a crow on the roof that is cawing at the sun. Caption reads: A crow welcomes the rising sun, but W.K. does not welcome the crow! Letter is signed W-V-B (Walt, Vera, and Brenda).
Walt Kuhn letter to LaSalle Spier, 1945 July 10. LaSalle Spier papers, 1929-1945. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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