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#1169: Willa Cather to S. S. McClure, March 17, 1933

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PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO FAVOR THE COMPANY BY CRITICISM AND SUGGESTION CONCERNING ITS SERVICE 1201 S CLASS OF SERVICE This is a full-rate Telegram or Cablegram unless it deferred character is indicated by a suitable sign above or preceding the address. WESTERN UNION SIGNS
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NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT J.C.WILLEVER, FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT The filing time as shown in the date line on full-rate telegrams and day letters, and the time of receipt at destination as shown on all messages, is STANDARD TIME. Received at 376 Lexington Avenue, New York, N.Y. MINUTES IN TRANSIT
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NAE84 21 5 EXTRA=NEW YORK NY2 17 703P S S MCCLURE1, UNION LEAGUE CLUB= PARK AVE AND 37 ST=

DID YOU RECEIVE LETTER3 FROM ME ASKING YOU TO DINE HERE4 TOMORROW SATURDAY NIGHT AT SEVEN=

WILLA CATHER 570 PARK AVE. THE QUICKEST, SUREST AND SAFEST WAY TO SEND MONEY IS BY TELEGRAM OR CABLE