#2622: Willa Cather to Alfred A. Knopf, October 22, 1928

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1928 OCT 22 AM 9 31 PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO FAVOR THE COMPANY BY CRITICISM AND SUGGESTION CONCERNING ITS SERVICE WESTERN
UNION
CLASS OF SERVICE
This is a full-rate
Telegram or Cable-
gram unless its de-
ferred character is in-
dicated by a suitable
sign above or preced-
ing the address.
SIGNS
DL = Day Letter
NM = Night Message
NL = Night Letter
LCO = Deferred Cable
NLT = Cable Letter
WLT = Week-End Letter
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT J. C. WILLEVER, FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT The filing time as shown in the date line on full-rate telegrams and day letters, and the time of receipt at destination as shown on all messages, is STANDARD TIME. Received at ARCADE, HECKSHER BLDG, N.Y.3 THE QUICKEST, SUREST AND SAFEST WAY TO SEND MONEY IS BY TELEGRAPH OR CABLE NF 15 11=JAFFREY NHAMP2 22 913A ALFRED A. KNOPF1= 730 FIFTH AVENUE=

GIVE4 JOHNSON5 ADDRESS STOP WOULD LIKE TO REFUSE MEDAL6 BUT IMPOSSIBLE=

=WILLA CATHER. JL