Letter from Sally Dixon to Anthony McCall (8/22/1975)

August 22, 1975
Hr. Anthony McCall
437 Springtown Road
New Paltz, New York 12561
Dear Anthony:
I'm glad to have your letter in hand telling me that the 9th is acceptable - I was a little afraid that your assumption was a psychic evasion of the 9th for some good reason!
I suggest you arrive not later than midday on the 9th, so that the films, equipment, space, etc., can be checked out comfortably that afternoon.
How good to hear that your "Cone” films will be shown at the Paris Biennale. I trust the necessity of being there to insure good projection won't be too intolerable!
Yes. The Honorarium will be on Bill's desk when you arrive. Worry not.
I feel that I am living in "the last days". These weeks I am experiencing such a sense of finality in this place. It is a mourning coupled with a rising tide of adventure.
You will be my first house guest in my new life. I look forward to it.
Give my love to Carolee and Kitsch - I think of you all, unromantically, engaged in the seasonal rituals of living, in New Paltz, New York. A satisfying rhythm.
Warmest wishes to you.
Most sincerely,
Sally F. Dixon
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