A Calendar of the Letters of Willa Cather

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To Ferris GreensletOct. 30, [1936], from Jaffrey, N.H.Harvard 

Is returning My Ántonia with only a few corrections. Has marked some broken letters; type needs to be fixed. Mr. Rollo Ogden wants her to substitute his translation of a Spanish song in The Song of the Lark; better than the translation she used before. Returning to New York November 6.   W. S. C.   [Stout #1332]

To Elsie Cather,  n.d. [July 1937?] UNL-Rosowski Cather 

Corresponded with him [possibly J. M. Barrie, who died in June 1937] last three years and is pleased to have been a diversion for him as he aged. He told Rollo Ogden of the New York Times that he read Death Comes for the Archbishop, My Ántonia, and A Lost Lady repeatedly, and he wrote in a letter that Ántonia is his and he has known her always though he just discovered her.   W.