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All the works in this catalog are sold as a single lot. You can only bid for the entire Archive. Correspondence between Homero Arce and Laura A. Arce.
Correspondence between Homero Arce and Laura A. Arce:
1. Paris, 20th July 1972. (30x21 cm). Typewritten letter from Homero Arce to Laura Arce. 2 typewritten pages. Signature handwritten in green ink “Homero”, at the end of the letter.
2. Envelope postmarked on the 21st July 1972 in Paris.
3. Envelope postmarked on the 19th July 1972 in Paris.
4. Condé Sur Iton, Saturday 5th August [1972]. (30x21 cm). Typewritten letter from Homero Arce to Laura Arce. 2 sheets of paper, one of them with the Chilean Embassy letterhead. Homero Arce’s signature is at the end.
5. Envelope postmarked on the 16th August 1972 in Condé Sur Iton, France.
6. Paris, 25th August de 1972. (30x21 cm). Typewritten letter from Homero Arce to Laura Arce. 1 page, signed “Homero” at the end in blue ink.
7. Envelope with the Chilean Embassy letterhead, postmarked in Paris, 25th August 1972.
8. Paris, 12th September 1972. (30x21 cm). Typewritten letter from Homero Arce to Laura Arce. 3 pages + 1 piece of paper handwritten in blue ink and signed by “Homero”.
9. Envelope with the Chilean Embassy letterhead, postmarked in Paris on the 15th September 1972.
10. Paris, 12th October 1972. (27x21 cm). Typewritten letter from Homero Arce to Laura Arce on a sheet of paper with the Chilean Embassy letterhead. Homero’s autograph is in blue ink.
11. Envelope with the Chilean Embassy letterhead, postmarked in Paris on the 12th October 1972.
12. Paris, 26th October 1972. (27x21 cm). Typewritten letter from Homero Arce to Laura Arce. 2 sheets of paper, one with the Chilean Embassy letterhead. Signed “Homero” in blue ink at the end of the letter.
13. Paris, 6th November 1972. (27x21 cm). Typewritten letter from Homero Arce to Laura Arce on paper with the Chilean Embassy letterhead. Signed “Homero” in blue ink at the end of the letter.
14. Envelope with the Chilean Embassy letterhead, postmarked in Paris on the 6th November 1972.

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