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#0167: Willa Cather to Flavia Camp Canfield, January 4, 1910

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⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ Dear Mrs. Canfield1;

I am so glad that you would like to have me come to see you, and I hope I may be able to sometime. Do stop at the office4 when you are in town. We are not in the Flatiron building, but are at the corner of 23rd & Fourth Ave., in the Metropolitan Building. I would be so pleased if you could come in. I am always there in the morning. Please give my love to Dorothy5 and the baby6 when you write.

Faithfully Willa Cather