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One Response to “References”

  1. Celis Sinclair Says:

    This has nothing to do with References but I couldn’t find an email address for you! Last Friday in Charlotte, we spoke after lunch briefly about searching Flickr using drawings. I asked about finding crosses and stigmata in art… You said you’d get back to me with a link or an application. I had to leave early and I missed you…
    Would you send to me at cbsincla@uncc.edu?
    Thanks so much Loretta. Your presentation was first rate. You’ve found your niche, clearly.
    Celia Sinclair