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#0205: Willa Cather to S. S. McClure, October 21, 1911

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⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ Dear Mr. McClure1:

Here is the time table. I'll be so glad to see you whenever you can come. We3 have had four days of unrelenting rain now, but I rather like it and we tramp about no matter what the weather. After a day out in the wet woods I can sleep nine hours without turning over. I hope that you will get well rested at Battle Creek4. How the fire articles5 have stirred things up in New York6!

Faithfully always Willa Cather