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Image Paula Crane and Ted Thomas to Paul Briggs
by Paula Crane published Mar 24, 1978 last modified May 31, 2013 07:58 AM — filed under: , ,
Dear Paul, Have eaten our way through Manhattan and will leave for Long Island today. We've walked a lot and seen a lot and loved it, but remain confirmed Westerners. Hicks to the bone! See you in a few days. Love Paula & Ted
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Image Andrea Jennison and Tom Breeden to Joe Riollano and Paul Briggs
by Andrea Jennison published Mar 23, 1976 last modified May 30, 2013 08:00 PM — filed under: , ,
As you can see the weather was hardly as arctic as we expected...! We're having lots of gorp food & booze. The schedule was filled w/lots of presentations, many boring. Met some nice people from Minneapolis who put us up in their studio. Love—A&T
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Image Bonnie Lambert to Paul Briggs and Joe Riollano
by Bonnie Lambert published Sep 07, 1976 last modified May 30, 2013 07:59 PM — filed under: ,
Dear Paul & Joe—We are in Cooke City, Mont. in a very primitive, but beautiful cabin—there is a linoleum braided rug on the floor. Rain all day today in Yellowstone, but we walked to Morning Glory Pool, nonetheless. Having a WONDERFUL time. xoxo Bonnie
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Image Bonnie Lambert and Marshall Mayer to Paul Briggs and Joe Riollano
by Bonnie Lambert published Jan 01, 1976 last modified May 30, 2013 07:58 PM — filed under: , ,
Dear P & J We are having a HAPPY HAPPY :) time! Now in Venice [CA] looking for body builders xo Bonnie I like summer—this is the life. A real exciting place & the smog isn't at the beach with us. keep smiling Marshall
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Image Andrea Jennison to Paul Briggs
by Andrea Jennison published Mar 21, 1980 last modified May 30, 2013 06:12 PM — filed under: ,
3/21/80 Thought you might find the process extremely engaging... NYC is quite a disorienting concept. Aggression & rain. S.P.E. [Society for Photographic Education] at a kosher country club. Very strange. xoxo Andrea
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Image Andrea Jennison and Tom Breeden to Paul Briggs
by Andrea Jennison published Aug 28, 1974 last modified May 30, 2013 06:12 PM — filed under: , ,
"He was threatening to expose Simon... and it doesn't fit if I don't tell the truth, it doesn't fit." Perry Mason repeat. 3rd time for me. "He was in no condition to drive; I'd already killed him." See you Sun or Mon? A.T.&T.
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Image Andrea Jennison to Paul Briggs
by Andrea Jennison published Feb 19, 1980 last modified May 30, 2013 06:12 PM — filed under: ,
Dear Paul, Enjoyed having you "around" last week. Possibly you could come up again Feb 26, 27, 28, 29. Ski & think about t-shirt logo: mtns & photography & CMC [Colorado Mountain College]—logo? Any vague ideas? No deadline. Let's talk first. Need later! July 1. Love to you, A.
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Image Bonnie Lambert to Paul Briggs
by Bonnie Lambert published Jan 10, 1979 last modified May 30, 2013 06:12 PM — filed under: , , ,
1.4.79 Dear Paul, Nice postcard, huh? The big events of our trip home were Wolf Creek Pass (so much snow!) & a terrible wind storm just 50 miles east of S. D. They closed the interstate abt. an hour after we went through. It was real fun to see you again. 1.10.79 Just found this—Sue R. [Robinson] & Rex [Westen] have been here—had a real nice time. Write soon. xo Bonnie
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Image Bonnie Lambert and Marshall Mayer to Paul Briggs
by Bonnie Lambert published Dec 21, 1978 last modified May 30, 2013 06:12 PM — filed under: , ,
December 1978 Dear Paul, I wish you could come to Billings! We might swing by Breckenridge—can you go there? Will write or call you from Billings if rendezvous looks possible. xo Bonnie This photo is one of the first out of our newly formed collaboration—hope to get lots done on the road. It's in stereo too! If you have the glasses it works. Hope to see you soon. Marsh
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Image Bonnie Lambert to Paul Briggs
by Bonnie Lambert published Sep 09, 1982 last modified May 30, 2013 06:12 PM — filed under: , ,
9.9.82 Dear Paul, We're having grey, muggy weather—rain all day yesterday & even some thunder! Very strange for September. But, a welcome relief from the preceding HOTNESS. I'm trying to get lots of things done while Marshall [Mayer] is away, but keep getting sidetracked by all the good books I want to read. Have you found a job? This is a bad time to be job hunting. We went camping in North Cascades near Canadian border during Seattle trip. It was beautiful‚ snow covered Mt. Baker & another big one. Took a good, hot hike. Also, took a walk with my sister in a beautiful park along Puget Sound—lots of outdoorsy things right in the heart of Seattle. Seems much healthier than LA DEE DAH xo BGL
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