A Calendar of the Letters of Willa Cather

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To Mrs. William Vanamee [National Institute of Arts and Letters] [from Sarah J. Bloom, secretary]June 15, 1932AAAL 

Cather is out of the country and not expected back until fall. Rarely forwards mail.   Sarah J. Bloom, Secretary   [Stout #1113]

To Zoë AkinsAug. 26, [1933], from Grand MananHuntington 

Bookends arrived after she left, but secretary is keeping them safe in New York. Has enjoyed the knit jackets. Working on a new book about a giddy young girl, but not enjoying the work as much as she has some books. Island very pretty now with wild flowers. Hated seeing the Italian air fleet pass over earlier.   Willa   [Stout #1189]

To Miss Vanamee [National Institute of Arts and Letters] [from Sarah J. Bloom, secretary]Oct. 4, 1933AAAL 

Cather is away from New York and not expected back for some time. May return in time to decide whether to attend the Institute dinner on November 8.   Sarah J. Bloom, Secretary   [Stout #1195]

To National Institute of Arts and Letters from [Sarah J. Bloom, secretary]Nov. 2, 1933AAAL 

Cather is away and not expected back for several weeks, so will be unable to attend the luncheon on Nov. 9 [?].   Sarah J. Bloom, Secretary   [Stout #1200]

To Marie M. MeloneyAug. 26, [1934?], from Grand MananColumbia 

Just received her letter written a month ago. Sorry she didn't get to inscribe the book for J. M. Barrie.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1233]

To Joseph RemenyiOct. 10, [1934?], from Jaffrey, N.H.WRHS 

Has just returned from Canada and begun to answer letters. Gives permission to make a Hungarian translation of either "Paul's Case" or "The Sculptor's Funeral." Secretary will send one of the pamphlets Knopf puts out giving biographical information. Can't send a photograph just now.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1236]

To Mrs. Vanamee [American Institute of Arts and Letters] [from Sarah J. Bloom, secretary]Oct. 29, 1934AAAL 

Cather is away; does not know when she will be back. Therefore cannot accept the invitation to the Academy luncheon on November 8.   Sarah J. Bloom, Secretary.   [Stout #1238]

To Edward WagenknechtNov. 22, 1934Beinecke  copy at WCPM

Cannot read his last name. That young man's book about Sarah Orne Jewett is very poor, and manners offensive. Appreciates his telling her the incident about Mary Jewett. Dr. Eastman, Jewett's nephew, kept her posted after Mary Jewett's stroke.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1241]

To Ferris GreensletMar. 2, 1936Harvard 

Is he in Boston at present? Wants to write a personal letter and needs to know where to send it.  Willa S. Cather  Signed by S. J. Bloom. [Stout #1300]

To Ferris Greenslet,  Monday [Mar. 16, 1936] Harvard 

Will have her secretary begin counting words in her various books.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1303]

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