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#0146: Willa Cather to Guglielmo Ferrero, December 28, 1908

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My Dear Mr. Ferrero1;

Would it be possible for me to see you at your hotel this week, to discuss with you a plan for illustrating the two articles3 on Julius Caesar4 and to ascertain from you when you will be able to send us the articles? I can come to the hotel at any time after four oclock on Tuesday, or at any time on Wednesday or Thursday. I am presuming that it would be more convenient for you to see me at your hotel, but if you would prefer to call at the office of the magazine5 (at the corner of 23d street and Fourth avenue) I can meet you there at any hour you designate.

Very cordially yours Willa Sibert Cather.
82 Washington Place6 New York2.
Miss Cather