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#0492: Willa Cather to Ferris Greenslet, January 12 [1920]

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FG THE COMMODORE
NEW YORK2
Dear Mr. Greenslet1:

Can't you3 possibly come down to Bank street4 on Saturday afternoon then? I've got free of my engagement with Fremstad5 and can give you any time in the afternoon of Saturday. But don't ask me to telephone in the morning—going out to telephone at ten or thereabouts simply smashes a working day—breaks it in two, as my writing hours are 9 to 12.

Hastily W. S. C.