#2030: Sarah J. Bloom on behalf of Willa Cather to Mary L. Dwyer, April 19, 1932

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⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ Dear Miss Dwyer1:

Miss Cather is travelling at present4 and I am taking care of her correspondence for her. I am sending you a pamphlet5 which may give you some of the information you want. I may add, however, that Miss Cather never answers inquiries about her own books or comments upon them; she leaves that for her readers.

Very truly yours, Sarah J. Bloom6 Secretary 175
(Willa Cather)
Miss Mary Dwyer1, 73 Piermont Street, Waverly, Massachussets3. CITY HALL ANNEX N.Y.-52 APR 19 1932 9:30PM