#0082: Willa Cather to George Seibel, [April 28, 1903]

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My Dear Mr. Sibel1;

If the ball does not roll, after the splendid start you gave it, it will surely not be your fault. I wish the book3 were more worthy such a generous notice4. The goodwill and generosity5 of the article pleased me quite as much as your approbation. Until I see you to thank you in person6, I am

Gratefully yours Willa S. C.