ROCKWELL KENT TYPED SIGNED LETTER, "Rockwell", in blue ink, on his personal Ausable Forks, New York, letterhead, 8.5 x 11, January 19, 1966, about he and his wife's(Sally) busy schedule and arranging for his friend's (Dick and Mary) to visit. In part: "...good news that you are actually able to settle on a day to come...if we were not such hard working ;people we would be glad to have you come for the longer stay that you suggest...Sally's hours a day spent at office work...we shall not be going to New York for months to come...." Intersecting mailing folds, tiny chip lower right, otherwise in fine condition.
Rockwell Kent (1882-1971) was a prolific American painter, printmaker, illustrator, writer, sailor, adventurer, and author, as well as a socialist political activist. He is best known for his book illustrations, in addition to his painted landscapes. He was very interested in politics and ran, unsuccessfully, for Congress in 1948.