Calling for More Press 

Style Weekly was certainly on the money to mention the Frank Raysor bequest ("Someday My Prints Will Come," Arts & Culture, March 16), but it sho' was skimpy. Your treatment of such a momentous event is tantamount to a world war getting a few haphazard syllables, as in "They started it!" Or, better still: "A globe-spanning incident occurred yesterday and ... would you mind passing the salt?"

Perhaps I exaggerate. It is just a lot of paper.

Brett Busang

Washington, D.C.

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