A Calendar of the Letters of Willa Cather
To Ferris Greenslet,
[Jan. 12, 1914]
, from New York
Letter ID: 0273
Addressee: Greenslet, Ferris
Repository: Harvard University, Houghton Library, Cambridge, Mass.
Is pleased to have the Adams book [prob. Henry Adams, Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres, 1904; reissued by Houghton Mifflin in 1913]. Tell
Nancy Moore her serial will get a quick reading by
To Zoë Akins,
[Nov. 29, 1922?]
Letter ID: 0652
Addressee: Akins, Zoë
Repository: Huntington Library, San Marino, Ca.
Does not want to do business with Charley Towne.
The Knopfs will try to serialize her
story [A Lost
Lady?]. Appreciates Zoë's
helpfulness, but Towne has no credibility. Must
go—taxi at the door.
note written on a printed page showing pictures of Clement C. Moore and his house, with the beginning of the
poem "A Visit from
St. Nicholas"; PM
Letter ID: 1815
Repository: Pierpont Morgan Library, New York
Was Moore a real person, then? [Stout
To Charles Cather,
April 18, 
; UNL-Rosowski Cather
Letter ID: 1880
Addressee: Cather, Charles F.
Repository: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Archives and Special Collections, Susan J. and James Rosowski Cather Collection (MS228)
In previous day's letter forgot to ask if he could send her Webster's Dictionary. Not working in the office much
any more and therefore needs one at home. It is the dictionary Charley Moore gave her that father
rescued from the fire in Moore's office.