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Image Marshall Mayer to Gary Metz
by Marshall Mayer published Sep 01, 1978 last modified May 14, 2014 10:59 AM — filed under: , ,
Dear Gary, Finally back in S.D. ready to get back to school. Wanted to thank you for accommodating us. Every once in a while one has to check in with one's sources and this vacation was good for that. I hope both Bonnie [Lambert] & I can see you again before you go to N.Y. Until then, Marshall
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Image Marshall Mayer to Mark Johnstone
by Marshall Mayer published Aug 28, 1974 last modified May 31, 2013 01:47 PM — filed under: , , , , , , ,
Mark, Sorry I couldn't stop in on my way down from Montana but I arrived in the Springs at 2:30 am on the 21st. I am very much interested in submitting in your publication. Please send full details. I am studying w/ B. [Beaumont] Newhall and David Vestal here so it looks good. Should give my portfolio a boost. I'll be up soon—Marshall
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Image Marshall Mayer to Bonnie Lambert
by Marshall Mayer published Sep 09, 1978 last modified Apr 12, 2013 05:34 PM — filed under: , ,
Friday Dear Bonnie, Guess where we are!—Spent last night in RMNP after another good day of driving but no good food. Just found Gary [Metz] and will spend the night there. Have to do some minor work on the car. High altitude blues. Should be in DM tomorrow night. Not getting too much research done cause we're pretty tired. Planning on a cheeseburger at Tom's and breakfast at Dotties Diner. I'll call soon. Marshall x0x0x0 P.S. Gary is as interesting as ever.
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Image Marshall Mayer to Gary Metz
by Marshall Mayer published Jan 01, 1976 last modified Apr 12, 2013 05:08 PM — filed under: ,
Gary, The old prospector and his burro had left the mine for town in the middle of the day with an empty canteen. Both being thirsty, the burro finally said, "I think we'd better go back." The old prospector snorted, "You're crazy!" The burro turned to go but the old prospector stopped the burro short tugging on the reign. There they stood stubborn; neither right nor wrong. Marshall
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Image Marshall Mayer to Mark Johnstone
by Marshall Mayer published Jun 30, 1981 last modified Apr 12, 2013 05:01 PM — filed under: , ,
Dear Mark, Hasn't changed much here in 36 years—this sight on every street corner. Doin' the hustle here & meeting alot [sic] of interesting people. Too many restaurants to get any work done though. We'll drop you a card as to our plans to visit in C. Springs. Marshall
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Image Gary Metz to Marshall Mayer and Bonnie Lambert
by Gary Metz (deceased) published Sep 10, 1979 last modified Mar 20, 2013 07:03 AM — filed under: , ,
Dear Marshall & Bonnie—So hiya! Here WE are settling into another new loft [address and phone redacted] Doing well too—you really must come for a visit See some shows, galleries, etc...Trust you're doing well & getting something of what you need as well as want! Gary & Barbara
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Image Gary Metz to Dave Freund
by Gary Metz (deceased) published Oct 13, 1972 last modified Mar 17, 2013 04:21 PM — filed under: , ,
It is exciting and never looks the same, THIS AWESOME BEAUTY, (this is how it looks as it BOILS) just moments away from the glamour and the glitter, the entertainment and excitement, the fun and gaiety. (IT RUNS around the clock.) GM [address redacted]
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Image Ellen Manchester, Bonnie Lambert and Gary Metz to Dave Freund
by Ellen Manchester published May 27, 1975 last modified Mar 17, 2013 09:14 AM — filed under: , , , ,
[text from Bonnie] Wish you were here to enjoy the sun. B. [text from Ellen] Dear Dave—We forgot our coats & ties, so they wouldn't let us in here! Oh well, we are still welcome at Carl's counter. Lots of new buildings, people, etc.—but of course lots of groovy food, bars and shops. Saw Ralph [Wolff] last night. He seems really well. Ivan's [?] still sitting on his front step. HAPPY EXHIBITION—we'll be thinking of you. Ellen, Gary + Bonnie
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Image Gary Metz to Dave Freund
by Gary Metz (deceased) published Dec 08, 1972 last modified Mar 08, 2013 05:01 PM — filed under: ,
THE HIGHEST VERTICAL RISE.... One day .....$10.00 Three day ....$24.00 Six day .....$42.00 Child, one day (12 & under....#6.00 Private lesson, 1 hour (1 person)...$15.00 Private Instructor all day......$90.00 "Discover Skiing" GLM all inclusive .....$75.00 THE HIGHEST VERTICAL RISE IN COLORADO (!) More comes from others soon........GLM
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Image Mark Johnstone to Marshall Mayer
by Mark Johnstone published Jan 24, 1979 last modified Jan 28, 2013 08:30 AM — filed under: , , ,
Marsh: Give Ben [Benschneider] some time to breath w/ it. If no answer by time I return (Feb 2) I'll call him. Mailed 1st yr. summary on to Gary [Metz]. I think I'm @ SC another yr—but it's hard to tell. What the hell, I might be out this semester. The place is in turmoil. You + señorita bonita coming up? Made reservations @ 4 Oaks for Sat Feb 3 @ 9 o'clock. Let's meet in Inglewood, afternoon? M
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