Three letters to Williams from her teachers, George Luks and Robert Henri. Luks, writing on Sept 3, 1922 and May 27, 1925, commends her for taking a studio, notes he has returned from Maine with 15 canvasses, and congratulates her on her New York show in 1925. Henri, writing on April 25, 1923, is pleased with her plan to study in France, comments on its value to her, and notes he will return there for a year despite a 10-year absence.
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Correspondence, primarily with family; several essays and speeches about art; a list of Winters's paintings; photographs of her and others, including Karl Fortess, Carroll Berry, Howard Jones, Francis Merritt, William Zorach, William Kienbusch, and William Thon; photographs of her art work; invitations, awards, and membership cards; exhibition catalogs, announcements, and publicity and printed matter.