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#0154: Willa Cather to August F. Jaccaci, February 2, 1909

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My dear Mr. Jacacci1:-

Mr. McClure3 is very anxious to know who wrote an article4 on Whistler5 which appeared in McClure's6 for September, 1896. I have written Mr. Boyden7 and you will see by glancing at his letter that he refers to you. If you can give us any information about this we will be greatly obliged.

Very sincerely yours, Willa Cather. Mr. A. F. Jaccaci, 489 Fifth Avenue, New York City2. My dear Miss C.

I am sorry not to be able to give you the name of the author of the Whistler article. I have no recollection whatever of it.

A. F. J.