#2591: Willa Cather to George M. Stimson, [October 16 to 18, 1929]

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ACCOMMODATIONS FOR
200 GUESTS
The Shattuck Inn3
and Annex
ALL MODERN
CONVENIENCES
AT THE FOOT OF MONADNOCK MOUNTAIN
JAFFREY, N.H.2
AMERICAN PLAN
OPEN ALL THE YEAR
Dear Mr. Simpson1;

This seems to me much better!

Please see that Mr. Lovitt’s4 middle name is spelled correctly in the quotation5 from the New Republic6. I am quite sure that it is MORSE and not MORSS, but you’d better look it up7 to be sure.

The asterisks used to indicate cuts are set too high,—look as if they referred to a footnote. Perhaps you had better use dots instead of asterisks.

I have cut the text a little GS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR
200 GUESTS
The Shattuck Inn
and Annex
ALL MODERN
CONVENIENCES
AT THE FOOT OF MONADNOCK MOUNTAIN
JAFFREY, N.H.
AMERICAN PLAN
OPEN ALL THE YEAR
more, as it now is rather too personal and I've cut out the date at the end.

With many thanks from all the pains you've taken.

Faithfully Willa Cather