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#0243: Willa Cather to Harriet Monroe, September 15, 1912

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My Dear Miss Monroe1;

I am certainly not insensible to the compliment of your letter. I have nothing now worth sending to you, but when I have I shall surely try your hospitality. I shall await the first number of the new magazine4 with the greatest interest, and I shall be glad to bring it to the attention of my friends, both in New York5 and here.

Very Cordially yours Willa Sibert Cather