#0950: Willa Cather to Theodore Goodman, [October 28, 1928]

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The Grosvenor3
New York2
Dear Mr. Goodman1;

Your apologies are quite sufficient! I could see you here for a short time on Wednesday the 31st at 4:30. On Thursday the 1st I go back to Quebec4, to be gone for some weeks. I’ve just come down from there.

Cordially yours Willa Cather