We are in the middle of a project at the house that has involved cutting into the roof, which in doing has exposed the far edge of the attic, revealing mostly trash from a previous remodel, scraps of sheetrock, lumber scraps, etc. But along with this was a cardboard box that had six woodcuts, each wrapped in Houston newspapers dated 1981. The box was labeled "Kay's woodcuts." Some have chain attached, as if they have been hung for display. Oh, to know the history. A few are abstract, but most are portrait type; some are even double-sided.