Cleo's recollections of Chapin, whom she posed for when he taught at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Summer School of Painting in Saugatuck, Michigan. Notes originally accompanied a study of Cleo by Chapin (piece is not included in the Cleo papers), most likely for an exhibit of works owned by Cleo. Additional handwritten notes beneath typed portion: Dear, dear Chapi [sic], knowing him was great. To have posed for him more so. Ah! the fond memories of many yrs spent poesing [sic] for him at Saugatuck and [partly?] in Chicago.
Cleo Dorman notes on Francis Chapin, 1989. Cleo (Cleo Dorman) papers, ca. 1930s-1990. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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