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Image Beth Gafarian to Mark Johnstone
by Beth Gafarian Sayhoun published Jan 01, 1978 last modified Nov 20, 2014 03:44 PM — filed under: , ,
Dear Mark The water is so clear I can see myself. Greetings from this lovely land. And also Argus and I are sitting here in front of the heater thinking about a fire and a cold, snowy winter outside. Beth
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Image Marshall Mayer to Mark Johnstone
by Marshall Mayer published May 01, 1978 last modified May 14, 2014 11:03 AM — filed under: ,
Dear Mark, Marshall
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Image Marshall Mayer and Bonnie Lambert to Mark Johnstone (2 of 2)
by Marshall Mayer published Jan 01, 1977 last modified May 31, 2013 02:50 PM — filed under: , , , , ,
At Rob't [Robert] Cummings house to pick up the other two books of his trilogy, "A Training in the arts" (1972) and "Interruptions in landscape & logic" (1977). You'll really like them and him to [sic] if you can get the chance. his house is wonderful. A new REALLY good book, not so new actually, STRUCTURE OF ART, Jack Burnham. We can't wait to get our butts on the road. I'm going to Seattle around the 22nd of Aug. to help Mark [Mayer] move his trailer. Were [sic] renting a F-600 and rolling his truck inside the box then pulling the trailer. You're welcome to come along for the fiasco. Things still arent [sic] planned for the 3 weeker though. I'm going to have to go to D.M. [Des Moines] for a short while. My sister is moving to Oregon. That's all for now. Marsh [from Bonnie] Mark—we went to the beach & got bad sunburns—mine very close to the tush! Yesterday we were in a 2 hr. traffic jam; I came close to puking. xo BGL #2 of 2
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Image Mark Johnstone to Bonnie Lambert and Marshall Mayer
by Mark Johnstone published Apr 19, 1978 last modified May 31, 2013 02:48 PM — filed under: , , , ,
Kiddies: Not this time... Lotsa stuff popping (although nothing big to notate, only that I no longer have the use of Beth's truck, nor Beth,—catch my drift?). I hope I can make it down in May sometime. My life runs at a casual pace approximating land speed records. M
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Image Troff document Mark Johnstone and others to Bonnie Lambert
by Mark Johnstone published Feb 23, 1977 last modified May 31, 2013 02:35 PM — filed under: , ,
Bonnie! Just a note to let you know that we're still all alive AND kicking. Miss ya! xxo Claudia Hey—How is big smoggy LA? And your job? We miss you—come see us—Better yet, I think I'll come see you (heh, heh) I'm coming out with Mark after the sale. It's been a real gas to fit into your tradition here! Pat. Dave's not here. Come back so I can have a day off. George White sends his love. We're sending you the "Statues w/out Hearts" album. Be looking for it. P-nut power. Tony [Godec] is back and doing fine.
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Image Marshall Mayer to Mark Johnstone
by Marshall Mayer published Dec 02, 1975 last modified May 31, 2013 02:34 PM — filed under: ,
Mark, Just arrived in the place of a lifetime after 48 straight hours of driving + pot. Found these two young lovelies in a gas station restroom. After a brief respite, went off to look for pink flamingos. No luck yet. See you the 27th. Marshall
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Image Mark Johnstone to Marshall Mayer
by Mark Johnstone published Aug 06, 1976 last modified May 31, 2013 02:34 PM — filed under: , , ,
Marshall + Bonnie: An exhibit you have to see is @ the Colo Sprgs FAC./ Rodeo. Best show ever, entire museum, has video, sculpture, painting + photographs (40/50 by Winogrand). Will be up thru 25th, I'm leaving around the 15th* Mark (* and will be back)
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Image Marshall Mayer to Mark Johnstone
by Marshall Mayer published Jul 04, 1977 last modified May 31, 2013 02:33 PM — filed under: ,
A picture of the USC Photo Department door [removed]. No one to be found. Git yur ass out here! Marsh
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Image Marshall Mayer and Bonnie Lambert to Mark Johnstone
by Marshall Mayer published Jan 31, 1977 last modified May 31, 2013 02:32 PM — filed under: , ,
[from Marshall] Breakfast here wasn't the greatest but it was the only place in the last 110 miles. Didn't get too far yesterday—a little over 400 miles so will not get to L.A. till Tuesday noon. I can't believe we're actually doing this. [from Bonnie] Nothing too eventful yet: in Redcliffe—after M took a photo—we had to BACK out of town about 2 blocks, on a sheet of ice. M swore lots! I forgot the quarter for Las Vegas slots, but I'll lend you one. Eat the pecan pie + send me the pie plate sometime. love Bonnie [from Marshall] Also save the wreath in the kitchen! Marsh
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Image Marshall Mayer to Mark Johnstone
by Marshall Mayer published Nov 16, 1976 last modified May 31, 2013 02:32 PM — filed under: , ,
Ooops! Guess who, where, what, when and why! And if you remember what we did after this you win the booby prize (not specified)!
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