A Calendar of the Letters of Willa Cather

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To Mr. George Seibel and Mrs. Helen SeibelAug. 9, 1897 from Red Cloud, Nebr.WCPM 

Has received Erna's picture. Is impressed that Mr. Seibel has acquired a complete set of Hugo, but they will envy her "Thistle" Stevenson. Has not yet retrieved manuscripts from Axtell and Orr. Beware of Christians! But is attending church with her family. Leaving on hunting trip today. Has a cold.    Willa Cather   [Stout #41]


To Mrs. George SeibelAug. 20, 1898 from Holdrege, Nebr.WCPM 

Is off on a hunting trip with Roscoe through South Dakota to Laramie, Wyoming. Having a lot of fun. Douglass has been hired as a cashier on the B&M Railroad. Was having lots of parties at home. Hates having to live away. Never reads newspapers these days.    Willa Cather   [Stout #51]


To Mrs. George Seibel,  n.d. [Mar. 1900?] , on Pittsburgh Leader letterhead ; WCPM 

Could not visit last night because had to serve as a last-minute substitute reviewer of an orchestra concert. May go to Paris next month. Has a poem in the March Critic. ["Grandmither, Think Not I Forget" was in the April 1900 Critic.]    Willa Cather   [Stout #61]


To George Seibel,  Monday [Nov. 1900?] WCPM 

Wondering where Omar is. Please send it.   Willa S. Cather   [Stout #63]


To Mrs. George SeibelDec. 19, 1900 from Washington, D.C.WCPM 

Will probably be in Pittsburgh to spend Christmas with them. Here's a hug for Erna. Omar has been accepted.    Willa   [Stout #64]


To George SeibelJan. 4, 1901 from Washington, D.C.WCPM 

Very pleased about the acceptance of his play based on Omar. Now he should write a comedy for Julia Marlowe, so she could stop acting melodrama.    Willa Cather   [Stout #65]


To George SeibelJuly 17, 1901 from Red Cloud, Nebr.WCPM 

Has been home about two weeks, feeling tired out. Mother better than in years. Hopes he will read her story in the June New England Magazine. Another to be in August or September Scribner's [?]. Hoping for cooler weather.   Willa   [Stout #70]


To George SeibelJuly 21, 1902 from Cranston's Waverly Temperance Hotel, 27 King Street, Cheapside, LondonWCPM 

Enclosing essay on an intriguing English industry ["The Strangest Tribe of Darkest England," Pittsburgh Gazette, 31 August 1902, magazine section, p. 4], and has included photographs, though they aren't of very good quality due to her poor camera. Having a delightful trip and will write Mrs. Seibel from Paris.    Willa Cather   [Stout #74]


To George Seibel,  n.d. [Dec. 1902?] WCPM 

Tell Mrs. Seibel will be there Monday to spend the night. Hopes they can start decorating the tree then, as per their custom. Will help the McClungs trim a tree on Wednesday.    Willa Cather   [Stout #78]


To George SeibelApr. 28, [1903]WCPM 

Appreciates his review of the poems. Looking forward to his visit on Thursday.   Willa S. Cather   [Stout #81]


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