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RAY JOHNSON THE PINK HOUSE 44 WEST 7 STREET LOCUST VALLEY NEW YORK 11560 July 3, 1970 Dear Dr. Frye, Lucy Lippard has lovely legs and is a very good dancer. My little correspondance school concept of dance has to do with Quakers and Shakers and a book I once saw about the Shaker dances our first Meeting was held in a Quaker church I once attended a Quaker Meeting and a fly buzzed around deliver an Emily Dickinson sermon I saw a photo somewhere of her dress it really wasn't any different than Judy Garland's dress both had missing heads and Johanna Vanderbeek wrote from Hawaii saying there were lots of rainbows. Is Judy Garland there Over the Rainbow? [[image- outline sketch of a duck's head]] Please send something to Marcia Ducker. [[handwritten text- MARCIA DUCKER]] Sincerely yours, [[stamped or printed text? - SEND LETTERS, POSTCARDS, DRAWINGS AND OBJECTS TO MARCIA TUCKER, NEW YORK CORRESPONDANCE SCHOOL EXHIBITION, WHITNEY MUSEUM, MADISON AVE. AND 75 ST., N.Y.C. 10021]] [[vertical stamp - EVAPORATIONS BY RAY JOHNSON]] [[image- outline sketch of a bunny head]] [[handwritten text-- Ray Johnson]] [[handwritten text - this exhibition opens Sept. 17th.]]
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