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Maria Chabot (1913-2001) was a friend of Georgia O'Keeffe who lived with O'Keeffe at her Ghost Ranch house (1941-1944) and oversaw the renovation of the ruined adobe hacienda that O'Keeffe purchased in the village of Abiquiu (1946-1949). Maria Chabot is interviewed by Jane Cook.
Brian Francis Wynne Garfield (b. 1939) is an American novelist and screenwriter. Garfield's mother Francis O'Brien became friends with Georgia O'Keeffe in New York, and she and her son moved to Tucson in 1950. They visited O'Keeffe in Abiquiu several times. Garfield knew O'Keeffe best from 1949 to 1956 and then intermittently until 1971. Garfield is interviewed by Jane Cook at his home in Santa Fe.
Architects Paul Hart and Joel Muller conducted the renovation of Georgia O'Keeffe's Ghost Ranch house in 1999-2000. They were interviewed at the Ghost Ranch house about the restoration process by Jane Cook as they walked through the building.
Saundra B. Lane is an art collector and widow of William H. Lane (1914-1995). The Lane Foundation owned many modernist paintings and photographs, which it donated to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Lane was interviewed by Jane Cook.
James Lebron (1928-2005) was an art handler, framer, and installer. He was involved with shipping O'Keeffe's paintings between New Mexico and New York. Lebron was interviewed by Jane Cook.
Norma B. Marin is the widow of John Marin, Jr., the son of American modernist painter John Marin. John Marin, Sr. was a close friend of O'Keeffe and was represented by Alfred Stieglitz's gallery. Marin was interviewed by Jane Cook.