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#0166: Willa Cather to Orson Lowell, November 18, 1909

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My dear Mr. Lowell1:

We4 are greatly relieved5 by your letter and shall hope to get a little of your time before very long. Whenever you can see your way to giving us a few hours please drop me a line and tell me so.

Very sincerely yours, Willa Sibert Cather Mr. Osborn Lowell, 37 West 22nd St. New York2.

P§S: Mr. Hendrick6 was not the guilty person.