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#0059: Willa Cather to William Valentine Alexander, November 25, 1899

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Pittsburg Leader3
Mr. Wm. V. Alexander1 Ladies Home Journal4.
Dear Sir;

I will do the best I can at a revision of the article5, on Ethelbert Nevin6, and will mail it to you on or before December Second. I think that I can get it into the form you desire, and hope you will do what you can for me.

Faithfully Willa Sibert Cather.