A Calendar of the Letters of Willa Cather

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To William V. Alexander,  at Ladies Home Journal Nov. 25, 1899UVa 

Will revise article on Ethelbert Nevin.    Willa Sibert Cather   [Stout #59]


To William V. AlexanderJan. 17, 1900UVa 

Returning proofs of her article on Nevin with inserts Alexander suggested.    Willa Sibert Cather   [Stout #60]


To William V. AlexanderFeb. 21, 1901 from Washington, D.C.UVa 

Ethelbert Nevin died last Sunday. Would like to have the photographs she sent that he did not use.   Willa Sibert Cather   [Stout #66]


To William V. AlexanderFeb. 29, 1900 [actually 1901], from Washington, D.C.UVa 

Appreciates his returning the photographs.    Willa Sibert Cather   [Stout #67]


To William L. Graves [of Columbus, Ohio]Dec. 17, 1906, on McClure's letterhead ; UVa 

Will take his poem "The Road at Night." He may recall they met some time ago and shared an admiration for Miss Guiney. Hopes he liked Guiney's "Wood-Doves" in the October issue. Enclosed: $20 check.  Willa Sibert Cather   [Stout #121]


To the Hon. William E. ChandlerJuly 16, 1907 from BostonNHHS 

Will need to treat the current litigation in the last chapter of the History of Christian Science. Wants to approach it by way of Eddy's relationship with her son, George Glover. Is going to Nebraska in late July, would like to see Mr. Glover while in the West. He could edit the article to safeguard Glover's interests in the suit. Would he like to borrow her copy of the 1881 edition of Science and Health?    Willa Sibert Cather   [Stout #129]


To Hon. William E. ChandlerAug. 1, 1907 from BostonNHHS 

Understands he cannot give permission to interview the Glovers.   Willa Sibert Cather   [Stout #130]


To Hon. William E. ChandlerOct. 17, 1907, from BostonNHHS 

Found his September 13 letter when she returned. Hopes to see him about the Eddy matter.   Willa Sibert Cather   [Stout #131]


To Hon. William E. ChandlerNov. 29, 1907, from PittsburghNHHS 

Is it true he has a diary kept by Dr. E. J. Foster that quotes many of Mrs. Eddy's sayings? May she have access to it? Would quote only with his approval.   Willa Sibert Cather   [Stout #132]


To Ferris GreensletOct. 1908, from 82 Washington Place, New York, transcription by E. K. Brown ; Beineke 

Enjoyed reading the Aldrich book on the train.    Willa S—C—(William)   [Stout #141]


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