A Calendar of the Letters of Willa Cather

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To Mrs. Charlotte Stanfield,  n.d. [pm. Jan. 6, 1921] , from New YorkUVa 

Appreciates her note about Youth and the Bright Medusa.   Willa Cather   [Stout #523]

To Mrs. Charlotte StanfieldJune 12, [1921], from TorontoUVa 

Sorry to have left town without seeing her and Mrs. [Franz?] Boas. Sinclair Lewis said such nice things in his Toronto lecture that she had to beg people to leave her alone so she could work. Health is better than when she left. Novel progressing. Sending a snapshot taken when she was in the Mediterranean.   Willa Cather   [Stout #544]

To Mrs. Charlotte Stanfield,  n.d. [pm. June 10, 1922] , from New YorkUVa 

Has been in the country with friends. Just found her note today. Has not been well. Only saw Mrs. [Franz?] Boas once all winter. Tonsillectomy was difficult, and she felt worse after she returned from the sanitorium. Also occupied with proofs. Sorry not to be available to visit.   Willa Cather   [Stout #600]

To Mrs. Charlotte StanfieldSept. 4, [1922?] UVa notation guesses 1925, from Grand Manan transcription by Bernice Slote; ; UVa 

Has been busy with publication details of new book, but enjoying summer trip. Will stay here until about October 1. Is enjoying the quiet and hiking along the cliffs.   Willa Cather   [Stout #617]

To Irene Miner Weisz,  Sunday [Feb. 11, 1923] , from New YorkNewberry 

Check is to repay her for the bag purchased at Marshall Fields. Josephine is ill; dining at the Wolcott tonight [reason this is on Wolcott stationery]. Knopfs both ill with influenza and had to delay sailing until next Saturday. Please send recipe for Charlotte Russe. Still has a cough.   Willie   [Stout #671]

To Mrs. Charlotte StanfieldMar. 3, 1924, from New YorkUVa 

Has had trouble with a stiff neck and is out today for the first time. Hopes to see her soon.   Willa Cather   [Stout #722]

To Mrs. Charlotte StanfieldOct. 16, [1926], from Jaffrey, N.H.UVa 

Glad to hear from her and get her correct address. Glad her health holds up. Please pass along greetings to Mrs. [Franz?] Boas. Hopes she will like the remembrance of a pleasanter New York, about 1904, in the new book. Can't stand New York now unless she gets away most of the year.   Willa Cather   [Stout #852]

To Mrs. C. F. LambrechtAug. 21, [1935], from Italy, postcard ; WCPM 

Is in the Italian Alps, on the Austrian border. Sends love to her, Lydia, and Pauline.   Willa Cather   [Stout #1016]

To Carrie Miner Sherwood,  Sunday [Dec. 11, 1932?] WCPM 

Thanks for packet of reviews. Isn't the Bladen bank going to pay off its depositors? Or the Inavale bank? Please use enclosed check to buy Christmas fruits and vegetables for the Lambrechts and some good coffee. Is in the middle of moving. P.S.: Roscoe's daughter, Virginia, coming for holidays.  Willie   [Stout #1137]

To Carrie Miner SherwoodDec. 14, [1933?]WCPM 

Please have Mrs. Burden [storekeeper] pack up a box of Christmas groceries for Mrs. Lambrecht and purchase some good coffee for Annie Pavelka. Has sent Annie a check and some discarded clothes. Is sending a check to [name blocked out]. But the spectacle of poverty may be even harsher in the city.   Willie   [Stout #1205]