#0947: Willa Cather to Theodore Goodman, October 9 [1928]

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⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ Dear Professor Goodman1;

I had to go up to Boston3 on the evening you spoke about me over the radio, so I did not hear you. I’m sure I was in good hands and that you made as good a case for me as you honestly could. Thanking you for your friendly interest, and for your kind thoughtfulness in writing to me, I am

Cordially yours Willa Cather