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Lorenzo Homar Correspondence
Consists of letters received by Lorenzo Homar, Puerto Rican graphic artist and calligrapher. Many of the letters are requests for posters by Homar for various exhibitions, such as the Biennale Internationale d'Art de Menton, International Poster Biennale-Warsaw, and the Norwegian International Print Biennale. Also included are letters from Elmer Adler, Stuart Barrie, Rockwell Kent (1963-1969), La Casa de Libro, the Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, the Library of Congress, the Seabury Press, and Erich and Lilli Wronker. Other correspondents include the German calligrapher Hermann Zapf (1967-1982), the Mexican engraver Leopoldo Mendez (1958-1960s), curator William S. Lieberman of the Museum of Modern Art, and artist Raphael Soyer.