#0726: Willa Cather to Ferris Greenslet, [March 23, 1924]

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Dear Mr. Greenslet1:

You surely did your derndest 3 for me, and I thank you with all my heart! I came up here2 wan and weary on Thursday, but am walking a lot and sleeping well now. It was funny that Mary Jewett4 should so readily believe an unknown reporter5, when she had so much evidence to the contrary. I'll write write her when I go back to New York6 the middle of the week, probably Thursday. Meantime, Thomas Beer7 is going to write a letter to the "Transcript."8

Please come to see me the next time you come to New York, when we won't have a funeral on hand to subdue us.

Faithfully Willa Cather