#0035: Willa Cather to George Seibel, January 29 [1897]

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THE HOME MONTHLY
AXTELL, ORR & CO.
Publishers.
Pittsburgh, Pa.2 Dear Mr. Seibel1;

Here is a check for your first article on the "Star of Bethlehem"3 just to show you that you are not altogether forgotten. Your story "A Higher Critic"4 has passed the supreme Court and will appear in the March Monthly5, that is if you consider six dollars sufficient compensation for it. Let me know if that will be O.K.

Hastily Willa Cather.