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Jerome Myers to Alexander Kruse Letter, circa 1939

Jerome Myers to Alexander Kruse Letter, circa 1939
Mss. Sm Coll Myers, Jerome
0.01 Cubic Feet
Scope and Contents
Letter from Jerome Myers, Studio 912, Carnegie Hall, New York, New York to Alexander Kruse, Brooklyn, New York where he states that he "regrets going into that "den of carrols" which was a revalation [sic] of the lowest kind of art traffic."  September 7, [1939].
Myers, Jerome (1867-1940)
Kruse, Alexander Z. (1888-1972)
Artists--United States

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Acquisition Note
 Source: Unknown.  Accession Number 1986.8..
Preferred Citation
Jerome Myers to Alexander Kruse Letter, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.
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