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#0777: Willa Cather to Mr. Hunt, March 20, 1925

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MH ⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ My dear Mr. Hunt1:

I am greatly pleased with the Mayflower edition3 of Miss Jewett's4 stories, and thank you cordially for sending them to me. I specially like the paper on which they are printed.

Will you please let me know when you expect Mr. Greenslet5 home6? And please have one copy of "My Antonia"7 mailed to me from the office and charge to my account.3/25/25

Very cordially yours, Willa Cather