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#0599: Willa Cather to Dorothy Canfield Fisher, [June 8 to 13, 1922]

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Dear Dorothy1;

We can get Knopf3 excused4 if I know ahead, I think. Otherwise we will have to lunch with him to get him.

Hastily W.

I have no telephone, so please let me know where I can telephone you when you get to town2. I hope you can save an hour or two for me, myn my own self. I want to ask you about so many things, among others whether you think Breadloaf Inn5 a good place to go when I am rather down in health. Neuritis6 pretty bad again.