#2537: Willa Cather to Alfred A. Knopf, September 4 [1922]

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2 ⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ Dear Mr. Knopf1:

There is no hurry3 about the page proofs4 of the poems5—I merely meant that I would be ready for them by the 20th if they were ready for me. I've not seen the September Atlantic6 as it is not procurable upon this island2. I am stirred by the news that you have shipped twelve thousand copies already.

Thank you for the handsome catalogue. There are several books in it beside my own that interest me.

Please tell Mr. Spier7 that he sent me just the right number of Kodak films, and thank him for me. I'll see you in New York8 next week.

Faithfully yours W. S. C.

Please send one of your new catalogues to the Hambourgs9 at Hotel du Quai Voltaire Quai Voltaire Paris10.