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Image Mark Johnstone to Bonnie Lambert and Marshall Mayer
by Mark Johnstone published Jan 24, 1982 last modified May 31, 2013 02:22 PM — filed under: , , , ,
Zion was nice. Salmon is my-t-fine. Dam [sic], I sure needed the break. Snow, cold weather & lotsa cross-country skiing. Couldn't be better (except to stay for a while) Mark
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Image Peter Galassi to Bonnie Lambert
by Peter Galassi published Mar 19, 1977 last modified Feb 27, 2013 12:48 PM — filed under: , , ,
18 March 77 Bonita—I've been meaning to send you this card for months, and to promise that if you and Marshall ever make it to NYC, I'll take you here for dinner. (It's open 24 hrs.) Rudi Kicken is here now on a business trip, and will be out in your neck of the woods in a few weeks. [He intends to look you up.] We will miss you at SPE next week = Ellen [Manchester], Deborah, Helen, Chuck, Alex, Kenda [North] will all be here. Can you believe it? I also have an old-fashioned date next week, which is making me nervous as hell. Cross your fingers. P
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Image Peter de Lory to Bonnie Lambert
by Peter de Lory published Jan 01, 1972 last modified Mar 20, 2013 06:58 AM — filed under: , ,
Bonnie* Your [sic] a doll. Thankx soo much for sending things. Haveing [sic] fun times a [illegible] times, shooting & printing a bit. getting broke quickly. but it's worth it, ya-ya-ya-. glad you found a Photo Weener to occupy my room. be back [illegible]. Bryce Canyon & Zion around the 25th. with my love, Peter Daguerre—Do not eat this card. Hi—Ellen [Manchester].
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Image Peter de Lory to Bonnie Lambert and Ellen Manchester
by Peter de Lory published May 04, 1972 last modified Mar 20, 2013 07:24 AM — filed under: , ,
Hello & Hello chue-chue In Mendocino for a few days alone. beautiful. got your card, happy to hear you rented my room! (did you get a card from me asking you Bonnie dear hear to send me some checks from the first book shelf on the right.. in my room please I'm going to need them soon)* taking photos like crazy hear and joined the volunteer firemen (honorary member) Well carry-on—all is well in Love Peter * —my prints are at the Focus now!?
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Image Kenda North to Ellen Manchester and Bonnie Lambert
by Kenda North published Aug 25, 1975 last modified Oct 06, 2012 06:28 PM — filed under: , ,
We saw icebergs here! Colder than whoopee.....Thank you for putting us up—it felt so good to see you again—you don't know how much i've missed you both. did deb leave her wallet there? it's been tricky at customs with no I.D.! she'll tell you where to send it—Love, Kenda
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Image Kenda North to Ellen Manchester and Bonnie Lambert
by Kenda North published Oct 09, 1975 last modified Jan 27, 2013 04:33 PM — filed under: , , , , ,
October 8 Well ladies, Rochester hasn't felt to bad, back home with my plants, books and darkroom—the place seems so huge and comfy. Trees playing rainbow exercises—raining even more than usual so I'm content to stay inside and print. If I didn't get restless I might get somewhere! Living with Helena Brunner (wonderful), Jim Hunter has found temporary residence in the living room (no comment at this point) Alex [Sweetman] is happy in Chicago, really seems to love the job & the people—will you come see us?? I really miss you here, haven't many people around to feel good with (I divorced the [Visual Studies] Workshop—our relationship was never too hot). love & a hug Kenda
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Image Kenda North to Ellen Manchester and Bonnie Lambert
by Kenda North published Aug 25, 1975 last modified Oct 06, 2012 06:30 PM — filed under: , ,
Well, so far it's been insane. The tour group is mainly over 65, all retired, VERY chatty, and barely tolerant of us. it's been raining most of the time, and my ass is nearly paralyzed from sitting in trains and busses. it IS a frontier, the landscape is incredible and some of the towns haven't changed since the gold rush! but we hardly stop to see anything—only for 'picture stops'—and how can i compete with 20 instamatics and 6 dedicated amateurs? I wanna come home... kenda
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Image Ellen Manchester to Bonnie Lambert
by Ellen Manchester published Feb 03, 1975 last modified Jan 27, 2013 04:35 PM — filed under: , , ,
Dear Bon—God, I miss you! AT&T is going VERY slowly—it is totally overwhelming! Still having lots of fun in the Big Apple, but can't wait to get out West! Will it ever happen? Roger [Mertin] is lonely also—told him to look you up! Love xoo—Ellen Saw Joan Redmond twice—she is fine—asked how you were.
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Image Ellen Manchester to Bonnie Lambert
by Ellen Manchester published Jul 28, 1975 last modified Oct 06, 2012 06:32 PM — filed under: ,
phone: [redacted] Fri 7/25/75 Dear Bon— Pretty nice up here at "summer camp"! Have been working alot, teach every A.M., trying to organize S.P.E., doing lots of drinking, swimming everyday—and having a fantastic time. No way to get out of the $ for photo conference—maybe you could come up Fri. night or Sat? Sleeping place will be very tight. We have 5 of us living in a 2 bedroom apt! lots of crashers—but should be able to work something out. Miss you—Ellen
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Image Ellen Manchester to Bonnie Lambert
by Ellen Manchester published Jul 06, 1976 last modified Jan 27, 2013 04:37 PM — filed under: , ,
Bon—Hope you got the 2 postcards I sent to Peter's [Galassi]. Class is over—what a marathon! They were actually very interested AND interesting. Have 2 new friends from the week here. Off to SPE B-B-Q today—Love Ellen
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