American Art Review publication:
author(s): <Patricia McDonnell >
article title: < Marsden Hartley: American Modern>
dates of exhibit: 199< 7>
title of exhibit: < Marsden Hartley: American Modern>
organizing museum: <Weisman>
museum phone: <612-625-9494 >
museum library phone: < >
library contact: < >
other contact: < >
copyright owner(s) of catalogue text: < >
copyright owner(s) of American Art Review article: <Weisman > See copyright note on p. 135
contact(s) for reprint permission: < >
recovery matrix composite score: <5 >
Dear Shana: You have the permission of the Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota to reprint Dr. Patricia McDonnell's 1997 article from 'American Art Review' in your Traditional Fine Arts Organization 'Resource Library' publication.
We would appreciate having the Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, credited as the copyright holder. We would also like to be informed when the article is posted, and would appreciate Dr. McDonnell being notified as well.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any additional questions.
Dear Ms. Muessing:
I appreciate your consideration of the reprint request forwarded by Patricia McDonnell. If you favor the request, please indicate permission to reprint in an email to email@example.com , copying me.
Shana Herb Johannessen
Independent Contractor for Traditional Fine Arts Organization
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: McDonnell, Patricia
Date: Sep 19, 2007 5:57 PM
Subject: RE: Second and Final Request: Permission to reprint your article from American Art Review
To: Shana Herb
Cc: Laura Muessig
Dear Shana Herb:
The Weisman Art Museum does still retain the copyright to that publication. I am copying Laura Muessig at that museum, who is the staff person there handling R&R requests. You should direct your inquiry to her.
Ulrich Museum of Art
Wichita State University
1845 Fairmount Street
Wichita, KS 67260-0046
note: email addresses and phone numbers suppressed.
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