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Image Bonnie Lambert to Mark Johnstone
by Bonnie Lambert published Jul 10, 1980 last modified Apr 12, 2013 05:02 PM — filed under: , , , ,
7.9.80 Dear Mark & Marianne, Hope you are relaxing (& not TOO hot!). We might spend a night sleeping in the mountains this weekend. I need a break from this place. Spent the 4th at a party at beach in Santa Monica. Talked to [Jim] Hugenin [sic] and Cathy Gauss. xoxo Bonnie
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Image Sheila Pinkel to Bonnie Lambert
by Sheila Pinkel published Jan 19, 1977 last modified Oct 26, 2012 12:08 PM — filed under: ,
Dear Bonnie, Your work arrived and we will be displaying it next Monday. I moved. My new address is: [address and phone number redacted] Look forward to seeing you soon. Sheila
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