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Award-winning graphic artist and typographer, Eleanor Morris Caponigro (b. 1941) met O'Keeffe in 1977 when she was called in to collaborate with the artist on the production of the exhibition catalogue 'Georgia O'Keeffe: A Portrait by Alfred Stieglitz'. Caponigro continued her association and friendship with O'Keeffe, designing several books for the artist. Caponigro is interviewed by Sarah Burt.
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 speaks with Barbara Buhler Lynes about the Ghost Ranch house and property, and about works on paper at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum.
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.
Katherine (Kay) Allred Christopher (b. 1954) is the granddaughter of Martin Bode and daughter of Elizabeth Bode Allred. Christopher's family spent summers and Christmas holidays in Abiquiu, and the Bodes frequently included O'Keeffe in their gatherings. Christopher knew O'Keeffe from these family events and is interviewed about them by Sarah Burt.
George Daniell (1911-2002) was a painter and photographer who specialized in portraits of actors, writers, and artists. He met Georgia O'Keeffe at An American Place in the 1940s. The two became friends and stayed in contact for a number of years. Daniell photographed O'Keeffe in 1948 on Fire Island and in New Mexico during a cross-country trip in 1952. Daniell is interviewed by Sarah Burt.