To the Editor:
Books have authors, music has composers, theater has playwrights, movies have enormous lists of credits, but your article on Snoopy and the Red Baron (July 29) would indicate that sculpture happens spontaneously, without human involvement. The original Snoopy and the Red Baron sculpture was created by Tyler James Hoare in 1975. The article about reconstruction of that sculpture through the auspices of the Adventure Playground should give credit to the originator. At least you mention Charles Schultz. Let’s always give credit when credit is due.
Alan R. Meisel