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|1213||Letter From Byron Cheever to Wendell H. Gilley|
Photocopy of the original from Bryan Cheever listing questions he had regarding publishing Gilley's book. Gilley's answers as dictated to Donal C. O'Brien, Jr. are in pencil after each question.
|1221||Letter to Wendell H. Gilley from Donal C. O'Brien, Jr.|
Letter discusses publishing Gilley's book in a limited edition as well as including a photograph of Gilley with an osprey as an insert. It also mentions a carving of an owl and another of a bobwhite quail on a hatchet.
|1206||Letter to Wendell H. Gilley from Donal C. O'Brien, Jr.|
This letter discusses correspondence between Wendell Gilley and Byron Cheever, author and magazine publisher, about Gilley's book. The author of the letter makes suggestions about paper and cover art and discusses copyright.
|1207||Letter to Wendell H. Gilley from Donal C. O'Brien, Jr.|
Letter discusses sending text, artwork, and photos for the book, Art of Bird Carving, to Byron Cheever. Flying goose, bob-white and blue quail carvings are also mentioned.
|1209||Letter to Wendell H. Gilley from Byron Cheever|
Contains instructions for making changes to Gilley's book The Art of Bird Carving for a new edition.
|1214||Letter to Byron Cheever from Donal C. O'Brien, Jr.|
This letter praises Wendell Gilley's inventiveness, his carving and his book . O'Brien refers to a vise for holding decoys and carvings for painting that Wendell includes in the book.
|1208||Letter to Donal C. O'Brien, Jr. from Byron Cheever|
Letter acknowledges receipt of a copy of O'Brien's letter to Wendell H. Gilley. Cheever promises to work on the material for Gilley's book but says hes is in the process of getting the summer issue of North American Decoys ready for the printer.
|1211||Letter to Wendell H. Gilley from Byron Cheever|
Cheever writes that he has received the materials for Gilley's book and that he read the new chapter on decoys and thought it was well done. He also talks about meeting carver Harold Haertel in Chicago at a meeting of decoy collectors.
|1204||Letter to Nina Gormley from Lucretia W. Evans|
This letter expresses Lucretia Evans' intention to donate her copy of Wendell Gilley's book Bird Carving, a Guide to a Fascinating Hobby, which she believed might be a first edition.