#0336: Willa Cather to Ferris Greenslet, [November 20, 1915]

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FG Dear Mr. Greenslet1

I should think Mr. Boynton3's article4 in New York Evening Post5 of November 13 would be just the sort of general article you thought6 we might ask Mr. McClure7 to write for the Book News8. Can't you use it? Surely, if one were made of brass, with steel facings, one couldn't ask for a better "write–up."

Hastily W. S. Cather
THIS SIDE OF CARD IS FOR ADDRESS Mr. Ferris Greenslet1 Houghton Mifflin Co 4 Park Street Boston9 Mass. PITTSBURGH, PA2 NOV 20 1915 430 PM