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[[image]] DÆDALUS
Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Jefferson Laboratory, Harvard University
Cambridge 38, Massachusetts

Wesleyan University Press
356 Washington Street
Middletown, Connecticut

Please address your reply to:
Editorial Office.
1 May 1959

Mr. Charles Sheeler
Dows Lane
Irvington, New York

Dear Mr. Sheeler,

Now that some time has elapsed and you have perhaps a somewhat different and less formidable idea on how taxing a brief article from you for the Visual Arts issue of DAEDALUS might be, won't you let yourself be persuaded to set down something along the lines of what my letter of 14 January suggested -- a vigorous, direct comment of what you feel about your own work, or artistic expression in general? As I said then, what we hope for is a spontaneous response, and this, I am confident, would be a valuable and telling feature of the issue. 

I am still hoping very much that you will send us something.

Sincerely yours,
Gyorgy Kepes
Gyorgy Kepes

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