A Calendar of the Letters of Willa Cather

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To George AustermannSept. 14, [1930], from ParisUVa 

She and Edith sailing for Quebec September 27 on the Empress of France. Will arrive in Jaffrey about October 5. Hope to have same rooms as before, 324 and 328 with shared bath, and hope to stay through November.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1017]

To Eleanor AustermannDec. 28, [1930], from Grosvenor Hotel, New YorkUVa 

Thanks for the picture of her sons.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1030]

To George AustermannOct. 20, 1931, from Grosvenor Hotel, New YorkUVa 

Had hoped to spend all of October in Jaffrey but will not be able to come at all. Please let friends there know about mother's death. Hopes they are well.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1078]

To George AustermannSept. 2, [1932], from Grand MananUVa 

Expects to arrive [at the Shattuck Inn] on Monday, September 12. Please have rooms 324 and 328 ready, with the bath between, as usual. Will be alone this time and can stay only a few weeks.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1121]

To George AustermannAug. 26, [1933], from Grand MananUVa 

Expects to arrive around September 15, along with Miss Lewis, and will hope to have the two rooms with bath that she had last year and Miss Lewis the nearest room with bath on same side of hall. Will wire him from Boston exact arrival information.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1190]

To George AustermannSept. 19, [1933], from Grand MananUVa 

Expects to arrive Monday, October 2, along with Miss Lewis. Please have their old rooms, 324 and 328. Will be there for the month of October.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1193]

To George and Eleanor AustermannDec. 1933 [copy of "December Night" with autograph] ; UVa 

  [Stout #1206]

To George AustermannDec. 3, [1935]UVa 

Please do all he can to help Stephen Tennant enjoy Jaffrey.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1279]

To George Austermann [from Sarah J. Bloom, secretary]Jan. 31, 1938UVa 

Letting him know not to worry about Mrs. Osborne [?]. If she makes an approach, will simply recommend the Shattuck Inn as a quiet place for writing.   [Stout #1396]

To George AustermannMar. 31, 1938UVa 

Sorry not to have gotten to Jaffrey this winter, due to influenza. Glad he sold the McCoy farm to people of the right sort. Wishes undesirables weren't buying houses in the village. Hopes to spend the summer working; not sure where will be the right place.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1405]