Table of contents for Why I won't be going to lunch anymore : twenty-one stories of the Santa Fe painter's life / by Douglas Atwill.

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 Why I Won't Be Going To Lunch Anymore
 The Supine Indian Maidens
 The Gilded Square
 The Deathbed Of Cecily Brompton
 Tokyo, Of Course
 Fifty By Fifty
 Nature To Advantage Dressed
 A Fine Regional Painter
 Two For The Price Of One
 The Petroglyph Dining Room
 Bad Eye
 Fair Warning
 Dipping Into Principal
 Studio, Studio Burning Bright
 The Menace Of The Creeping Buttercup
 A Bothersome Knee
 A Delicate Balance
 An Artists' Artist
 Catching The Cane Fields
 The Encouragement of Zacariah Mendoza
 Leg-`O-Mutton Sleeves

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Painters New Mexico Santa Fe Biography, Painting, American New Mexico Santa Fe 20th century, Atwill, Douglas Friends and associates