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#0131: Willa Cather to William E. Chandler, October 17, 1907

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⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ My Dear Mr. Chandler1;

Your letter of Sept. 133 was left here until I returned from the west yesterday. I do wish very much to see you concerning these dreary Eddy4 matters5. I shall be in Boston all of next week. Shall you be in the city then and can you make an appointment with me? If the week following would suit you better I shall probably be here all of that week also. My apartment here is very accessible and is a good place to talk, but I can meet you anywhere that is most convenient for you.

Very Sincerely yours Willa Sibert Cather