In 1985 James Schuyler and Darragh park commenced on the project of "accompanying journals," in Park's phrase, Schuyler's in prose and Park's in drawings. The journals were not "mutually descriptive," but did reflect conversations the two men had and thus constitute "not only in some way an account of our relationship but also evidence of some of the things which nourished our relationship." Of Park's cover for Two Diaries (Tibor de Nagy Editions, 1995), Douglas Crase writes:
This is the view out Jimmy Schuyler's window onto 23rd Street--"a street that doesn't have much going for it," if I remember Jimmy's description aright. The building with the egg-shaped medallion, directly across, is the old Eastman Kodak building, designed by McKim, Meade, and White (they also did Eastman's house in Rochester).The street front has been brutally remodeled but you can detect their classicizing in the upper stories. Not too much, though; Eastman insisted on the economy version. Darragh gave me this drawing and I have it in my studio here in Pennsylvania so I can always share Jimmy's view -- this much at least.